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COMMUNICATION 55 | COMPLAINANT ASKING THE EEOC TO DISCLOSE THE LEGAL AUTHORITY FOR THE TRANSFER [FROM ATLANTA TO SAVANNAH]


Date:Friday, October 20, 2023
Time:12:30 EST
From:Justice.Actuarial@gmail.com
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Subject:RE: EEOC Discrimination Charge (New) | Employment | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al | 410-2024-00386, 410-2024-00577
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Hello EEOC Investigator Fowler,

May you please tell me why the Atlanta District Office transferred my cases to the Savannah Local Office?

Details:

Case Number:410-2024-00386
Caption:Makere v Redacted Company A
Complainant/Petitioner:Elias Makere, FSA, MAAA
Defendant/Respondent #1:Redacted Company A
Notice of Transfer:TextBookDiscrimination.com/Files/FCHR/S003_Transfer_20231018.pdf
Case Number:410-2024-00577
Caption:Makere v Redacted Company B
Complainant/Petitioner:Elias Makere, FSA, MAAA
Defendant/Respondent #2:Redacted Company B
Notice of Transfer:TextBookDiscrimination.com/Files/FCHR/E003_Transfer_20231018.pdf

Purpose:

I need to know this information in order to relay it to the Court (jurisdiction, venue, exhaustion of administrative remedies, etc.).

Notes:

First note: I originally submitted my dual-filed complaint in Florida (attached) (see below emails)
Second note: none of the actions took place in the State of Georgia
Third Note: none of the parties existed in the State of Georgia
Fourth Note: nobody’s cited any statutes/laws/regulations for why my case was even transferred
Final Note: nobody – at the Savannah Local Office – has answered the phones (or returned my voicemails)
So, may you please tell me why the Atlanta District Office transferred my case to the Savannah Local Office?

Thank You,



Elias Makere, FSA, MAAA | Civil Litigant, Founder
Federal Case No.: 3:20-cv-00905 | (Allstate, USFLMD)
Federal Case No.: 4:21-cv-00096 | (Early, USFLND)
11th Cir. Case No.: 21-11901
904.294.0026 | TextBook.Discrimination@outlook.com | www.TextBookDiscrimination.com
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