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Notice of Rejections – What You Need to Know

WHAT IS THE REASON FOR THE REJECTION OF MY CLAIM?

To view the reason(s) for the rejection of your Claim, please review the “Rejection Reason(s)” document included with the Notice of Rejection.

AM I REQUIRED TO RESPOND TO THIS NOTICE?

No. If you agree with the determination that your Claim is ineligible, and/or you do not wish, or are unable, to cure the identified rejection reason(s), then no further action is required.

HOW CAN I CURE THE REJECTION REASON(S)?

Information regarding how to cure the rejection reason(s) can be found on the “Rejection Reason(s)” document under “How to Resolve.” Please do not re-submit the same supporting documentation that you previously submitted as this has already been deemed insufficient.

IF I CURE THE REJECTION REASON(S) WILL MY CLAIM BE ELIGIBLE FOR PAYMENT?

Your Claim MUST CALCULATE TO A RECOGNIZED LOSS UNDER THE COURT-APPROVED PLAN OF ALLOCATION in order to be eligible for payment. Once you have cured your Claim, your Claim will be presented to the Court for approval if the Claim calculates to a Recognized Loss under the Court-approved Plan of Allocation.

WHAT IF MY RESPONSE ONLY PARTIALLY CURES THE REJECTION REASON(S)?

If your response cures some, but not all of the identified rejection reason(s), your Claim and Recognized Loss will be calculated using only those eligible transactions which have been substantiated based on your submitted supporting documentation. If curing a deficiency is an absolute requirement in order for the Claim to be eligible and there are other deficiencies in the Claim which are cured, your Claim still will not be eligible, even for “partial acceptance,” unless this deficiency is also cured.