I want to sue a company that owns my retirement account, they’re multinational, with hq in England, office in California. This was for a job employed at a university in Turkey. The contract states I can transfer this fund to an ‘approved account’ stateside. I have been misled, lied to, and neglected with faulty information and unanswered emails and phone calls for 5 years now (From 2016-2018 they wouldn’t even provide me with credentials to view the account. Only in 2023, when Novia acquired the servicing, did I on my own accord view my account) During which time I have experienced several life events resulting in extreme losses and trauma. One lawyer told me I need a Turkish lawyer. I am doubtful of this. The contract simply states “in the event of a transfer, a member must provide a dated and signed letter in which the individual account is to be paid, with appropriate instructions…a photo ID and proof of address.” This business has simply not allowed me to initiate and execute this. I have the emails and contract to show a pattern of neglect. It is a Vanguard portfolio that can easily be transferred to a suitable account here in the USA.