Aviva insurance ,a story of insurance fraud against customer and the way of FSCO kissing insurance ass

Here how did they changed the amount that they are charging me and my response:

I believe you are charging me too much ,what is going on ,something wrong in Brampton?

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On Feb 7, 2017, at 12:34 PM, Service <service@smartcoverage.ca> wrote:

Dear Arif Sahinbay,

Thank you for being a valued SmartCoverage Insurance Services Auto insurance customer.

Recently you requested to change the address on your policy.

This email is to let you know that your request has been fulfilled. As a result of the above noted change to your policy, your premium has changed and your new payment schedule is as follows:

Collection Date

Installment Amount

Feb 16, 2017


Mar 16, 2017


Apr 16, 2017


May 16, 2017


Jun 16, 2017


Jul 16, 2017


Aug 16, 2017


Sep 16, 2017


Oct 16, 2017


Nov 16, 2017


The changes made to your policy will be automatically included in your renewal and your renewal premium will reflect this new information.

Again, we’d like to thank you for being a SmartCoverage Insurance Services customer. If you have any questions, please contact us at 1-800-268-7649.

Mhairi O’Donohue
Service Account Manager
SmartCoverage Insurance Services Inc.
PH: 1-800-268-7649
Fax: 1-800-668-6689
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Here is my complaint  to the fsco for insurance fraud and requesting from fsco to cancel insurance licence and fsco response:

Re: March 10 2017- Email to Arif.S – Refer to Insurance Company + GIO- file # 31224

As a matter of fact I don’t think that I should deal with the General insurance Ombudsman.
Fsco job is rules and regulates the insurance companies,
now I am asking from you to ,rule and regulate the insurance company.
Are you going to do your job or not?
I want fsco to cancel this insurance licence for fraud.
Insurance has started charging me 80 dollars extra after one month because of moving to different city,I don’t like they charging me 80 dollars extra and I wasn’t agree on that extra charge so,I have spoken with them and they said this is their price so,I have decided to change the insurance company who is not charging me 80 dollars more.
My agreement with them at first was less price, with out asking me that they tried to charge me 80 dollars more.They must have asked me if I was agree for the new price which they never asked ,instead they charged straight.
Insurance is stealing my money and doing fraud.
Now I am asking you to cancel this insurance licence! For fraud against citizen.
I need simple answer form you ,are you going to rule and regulate or will fsco cover the insurance mess.
Here is where my link to share your answer with your previous response letter.
Read and learn.

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On Mar 10, 2017, at 11:13 AM, Gaya Nadesalingham <Gaya.Nadesalingham@fsco.gov.on.ca> wrote:

Hello Mr. Sahinbay,

I have reviewed your complaint, please see attached referral letter.

Please note, I have also provided the link to the Ontario Automobile Policy (OAP 1- Owner’s Policy)

Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.


Gaya Nadesalingham FCIP, CRM
Compliance Officer
Market Risk Assessment Unit, Licensing and Market Conduct Division

Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)
5160 Yonge St., 4th Floor, Box 85, Toronto, ON M2N 6L9
Tel: (416) 590-7184 | Fax: (416) 590-8480
Email: Gaya.Nadesalingham@fsco.gov.on.ca
Website: http://www.fsco.gov.on.ca

Here is insurance ombudsman response of my complaint and my answer:

Re: Policy A40348784PLA – Concerns regarding cancellation fees

1-I am not satisfied at all.
2-you have skipped the most important part of this disagreement.
3-They broke the agreement at first by charging me 80 more then then original agreement.
4-The reason of my cancelation was ;they did not obey the original agreement there fore I had right to cancel my insurance policy.
5-I made couple phone conversation with the insurance representative over the phone and I let them know my concern and disagreement of the price changes ,they said they can not do anything about this changes.
6-I made my search and found another insurance company was charging 79$ less then Aviva or what ever the name is.
7-Insurance side broke the agreement first,I accepted the original agreement on certain price.Once they changed the price that means they are the one who did not obey the agreement.
8- They must pay my money back with interest and with an apology letter.
9-Because of your conclusion and the perspective of looking at the issue ,you must send me an apology letter as an ombudsman.
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On Mar 29, 2017, at 1:46 PM, Ombudsman Canada <ombuds.ca@aviva.com> wrote:

Good afternoon Mr. Sahinbay,

I have attempted to contact you via telephone; however, I have not been successful in reaching you.

Our office received a complaint referral from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (“FSCO”) regarding the concerns you raised following the cancellation of the above-noted policy.

I have had the opportunity to conduct a review of your policy. Upon review, I have confirmed that the premium charged for the time on risk, including the short rate cancellation fee, is correct.

The premium charge from the inception date of January 16, 2017 to the cancellation date of March 1, 2017 was $258.45. There was an additional charge of $49.52 effective February 7, 2017 to March 1, 2017 for the change of address, as well as an applicable short rate cancellation fee of $211.71. Following the cancellation of your policy, there was an overpayment of $23.29, which Aviva refunded back to you on March 4, 2017.

The following provides further details with respect to the premium charged:

Policy effective date January 16, 2017 and cancellation per your request effective March 1, 2017.
Premium $2,953.92 (includes finance fee)
Cancellation Return -$2,434.24
Total Time on Risk $519.68

Payments made $361.98 + $180.99 = $542.97
Overpayment $23.29 – Refunded on March 4, 2017

Mr. Sahinbay, when a policy is cancelled midterm, it is done so on a short rate basis as indicated in the Ontario Automobile Policy (OPA 1). This means that the premium owing after the cancellation includes a cancellation fee.

If you remain unsatisfied with the above explanation, the next step consists of the Ombudsman preparing you a Final Position Letter, which would provide the next step in the escalation procedure.

Please let me know if you would like a Final Position Letter.


Kurdistan Ismayl
Customer Experience Specialist | Legal & Compliance | Office of the Ombudsman
Toll Free: 1-877-689-3634


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Here is aviva ombudsman final response;

IMG_2652IMG_2653Here is my final response and make another complaint to General Ombudsman;



Wow you and your decision is biased ,I wasn’t expecting better from insurance mafia.
When they charged me more then what my agreement with them is fine ,because of extra charge I cancel my insurance and I am wrong,if they have right to change the amount charged on that policy with out letting me know if I am agreed or not ,then I have right to cancel my insurance with them because of the over charged ,what kind of monkey business are you doing ombudsman,if you think this will stay like this, no wait and learn what am I capable of turning to you to your real nature a monkey.
Every details and writing will be published on my blog and shared your monkey business,
I am expecting from fsco to rule and regulate this insurance company by cancelling their licence.
What is my experience with fsco is ,they are only capable of fingering their ass and kissing insurance ass,fsco is a big fiasco one more time I will show the world what the fuck is reality of Canadian system.
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On Apr 17, 2017, at 7:47 AM, Ombudsman Canada <ombuds.ca@aviva.com> wrote:

Dear Mr. Sahinbay

Please find enclosed the Final Position Letter that has been issued upon completion of the requested review of the above-noted policy. This letter outlines for you the final outcome and provides to you the next step in the complaint process.

Lori A. DeAcetis CIP
Sr. Manager, Compliance & Ombudsman
Legal & Compliance

Direct: 416-615-3634
Toll Free: 1-877-689-3634
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Ontario’s Law Society normalizing convicted pedophiles as lawyers (Written by Donald best)

A Law Society Tribunal has once again approved a convicted and jailed pedophile to practice law in Ontario. Not only that, the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) supported the pedophile’s application during the tribunal hearing, agreeing that he meets the ‘good character’ standard for licensing. (Tribunal’s decision is here 425kb pdf)

With this latest in a series of similar approvals, it is apparent that the licensing of pedophiles and other convicted criminals as lawyers is, effectively, LSUC policy. Has the law society turned down any pedophile yet? I haven’t been able to find such a case in the archives.

Lawyer had child-sex videos showing 5-year-olds
Pedophile lawyer Ronald Davidovic
This time the pedophile applicant was Canadian-born Ronald Ori Davidovic – who was a Florida lawyer in 2004 when he was arrested and convicted for possessing and viewing thousands of child-sex videos and photos where the victims were as young as five years old.

That’s right – Davidovic is excited by five-year-old children. For years while he was a Florida lawyer, he collected child sex videos showing pre-pubescent children being abused in sexual acts.

Sentenced to five years in prison, and released after three, Davidovic is permanently registered as a sex offender the United States, but now wants to practice law in Ontario.

The Law Society of Upper Canada just declared convicted pedophile Ronald Davidovic to be ‘of good character’ and gave him the approval and support he needs to be licensed – this despite a medical diagnosis that his risk of re-offending is as high as 8.4%. The phrase ‘compulsive magnetic attraction to child pornography’ appears in Davidovic’s medical record.
Pedophile lawyer John David Coon
Will the law society pay damages when a known compulsive pedophile attacks a child while serving in his capacity as a lawyer? It happened before when the law society licensed known pedophile John David Coon, who again attacked a child while performing his duties as a lawyer.

Not having learned its lesson, the Law Society continues to license other pedophile lawyers (see Martin Schultz) with little regard for the public safety or the reputation of the legal profession.

This time, Chair Raj Anand and member Jan Richardson crafted the tribunal’s decision. LSUC prosecutor Amanda Worley also supported the applicant Davidovic.

The one dissenting voice against the pro-pedophile lobby was Tribunal member and criminal defense lawyer Paul M. Cooper.

The backgrounds of the individual tribunal members make for an interesting study.

Tribunal Chair Raj Anand’s work centers around the human rights of minorities as well as youths, the mentally ill, drug addicts and other persons living on the edges of society. Jan Richardson has made a career of working with the homeless.

Could it be that Anand’s and Richardson’s natural inclination to view people as victims has clouded their judgment and caused them to ignore their duty to protect the public and the reputation of Ontario lawyers?

Odd man out Paul M. Cooper is a criminal lawyer who, like all criminal lawyers, probably has a healthy dose of reality when it comes to sorting the wolves from the sheep.

Mr. Cooper’s dissenting position is supported by law and common sense, but he was outnumbered by those who put children and families at risk to promote their social agendas and personal beliefs that everyone is good at heart and can be redeemed.
Law Society Tribunal members who approved licensing of pedophile Martin Schultz: (L-R) Sabita Maraj, Susan T. McGrath (chair), Frederika ‘Freddy’ M. Rotter.
There’s nothing new here, really. As the Toronto Star’s ‘Broken Trust’ series revealed, the Law Society of Upper Canada has covered up and whitewashed hundreds of cases where lawyers committed criminal acts against their clients.

The law society’s ‘good character’ licensing standard includes thieves, pedophiles and fraudsters. That is the way it is because the legal profession in Ontario lacks independent civilian oversight, transparency or outside accountability – and continues to ignore the profession’s duty to the public trust.

It is time to bring Ontario’s legal profession into compliance with modern standards of independent oversight and external accountability.

Written and published by Donald Best in Ontario, Canada