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Contact PBGC about ABBOTT, R. J.

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Fill out the secure form below to provide us with information about the missing participant or beneficiary. Be sure to provide us with a valid telephone number, email address, or mailing address. We need some way to contact you, and any one of those items would be suitable. Without that information, we are unable to help the person who may be owed money. We will contact you shortly after we receive the information.

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E.g., 02/18/2019
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The Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, 5 U.S.C. § 552a (2006), requires PBGC to give notice when collecting information regarding the purposes for which it is collected, including how it may be used or disclosed.  The Missing Participants List is a searchable repository maintained by PBGC of unclaimed pension benefits covered by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, 29 U.S.C. chapter 18. PBGC collects the name, place and dates of employment, and contact information from individuals who believe they are a missing participant or beneficiary.  It does so to determine whether the individual is, in fact, the missing participant or beneficiary. Providing personal information to PBGC is voluntary, but failure to do so may delay or prevent PBGC from determining whether you are, in fact, due a benefit.

PBGC may release information about you to other individuals and entities when necessary and appropriate under the Privacy Act, including: to a company that was responsible for the participant's pension plan or to entities related to that company to verify employment; to a labor organization that represents, or represented, the participant; to obtain the participant's or beneficiary's address from other sources when PBGC does not have a current or valid address; or to certain federal agencies to verify eligibility for a benefit.