Email Updates: Special Notice

    Updated 18 May 2020
18 May 2020  AOL-Yahoo emails producing "Abuse" reportsMembers using aol.com email addresses should be aware that the ongoing merger of AOL > Yahoo > Oath > Verizon is causing some issues — we have received several reports that our emails have been reported as "Abuse" — these reports are coming to us from Yahoo, but reporting for AOL email addresses. We have followed up in many instances, and in every case we found all the reports were false. At this point we are unaware of any corrective action to be taken by members or DSRA, this appears to be a facet of the older AOL and Yahoo email technology.
02 May 2020  Inteva Products has hard bounced all our emailsMembers using IntevaProducts.com email addresses will no longer receive our emails and need to change to personal email addresses to receive future communications.  We do not permit the use of any Delphi, Aptiv, or GM related email addresses, and we strongly recommend against using any business or ISP emails.  Please log in to update your record.
If you have lost your login credentials please click here to contact us - any password updates can only be sent to your email on record, and my be rejected by Inteva Products.  Please do not create a duplicate record.
Please note that the above refers only to registration and emails for DSRA Inc., mainly for pension related information.  For health care insurance and life insurance information and registration please refer to the DSRA Benefit Trust VEBA at their separate web site http://www.DSRABenefitTrust.net.

What We Are Fighting For!

We are fighting to restore the full pensions we earned and are entitled to, including any supplement, and complete reimbursement of the amounts our pensions have been reduced, retroactive to when the plan was improperly terminated by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ("PBGC"), as well as full recovery of our legal costs.
We believe the federal government broke the law:  We believe the involuntary termination of our pension plan by the PBGC at the direction of U.S. Treasury during its management of GM's bankruptcy followed an illegal process.
    • Because we had no representation in the closed-door negotiations, legal protections normally available to pensioners were skirted.
    • Liens on Delphi property that could have protected our pensions were surrendered by the PBGC for minimal value.
    • The PBGC claimed in 2009 that it had to seize our salaried pension plan, because the plan was "severely underfunded," but an independent study by the respected actuarial firm Watson Wyatt -- information available to the PBGC at the time – indicated that the plan was very adequately funded when it was terminated.  After reviewing the Watson Wyatt report, a second actuarial firm, Wells Fargo Company's BPS&M, has since noted that the salaried plan funding level was not only a healthy funding level, but was actually better funded than the average of the 100 largest private pension plans in the United States.
What happened to us was unfair:  Our hourly counterparts represented by the most powerful unions were chosen to be made whole on their pensions and receive monthly "top-ups" from GM (funded by federal taxpayers' TARP dollars).
What happened to us was inequitable:  We are the ONLY auto retirees, hourly or salaried, to have worked two thirds or more of our careers for a "Big Three" company to have lost our pensions -- in our case up to 70% or more -- AND lost 100% of our health care coverage, AND lost 100% of our life insurance.
Life may not treat people fairly and equitably in all cases, but adherence to the law DOES apply to everyone ... even government officials.  That's the heart of our lawsuit, and we will never, never, never, never give up until our pensions are rightfully restored.  We are confident that justice will prevail.
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