Initial Call for Capital

To all participants of the 2001, 2002 & 2003 CLI / ICC donation programs, our defence fund has been depleted and in order to replenish the defence fund we sent out an "Initial Call for Capital" and have just recently followed up with a "Second Request" letter to those participants who have not responded.

Click here to view the letter.

You should have received both the "Initial Call for Capital" and or the "Second Request" letter, but if you have not, please contact us.

This "Initial Call for Capital" may be followed by additional "Calls for Capital" subject to the volume of work to be done in regards to the CRA challenge.

If you have purchased the Warranty Protection Program, then you will never receive a "Call for Capital" letter.


Defence Fund

To all participants of the 2001, 2002 and 2003 CLI / ICC donation programs,

For a detailed explanation of how Richard Sniderman used the defence fund see his letter as trustee for the defence fund attached.

Click here to view the letter.

If you should have any further questions, please contact us.


Current Status

The following is an update for the donation that you participated in, relevant for 2001-2003:

  • CRA has sent questionnaires to the participants,
  • PAC Protection Corporation has issued responses to the participants
  • CRA has sent Notice of Reassessments to the participants

2001 and 2002 only:

  • PAC Protection Corporation has issued Notice of Objections to the participants,
  • Participants have filed the Notice of Objections with CRA,
  • CRA has acknowledged receipt of the Notice of Objections,
  • As of yet, CRA has not given an answer to the Notice of Objections
    • Either a Positive answer, which would nullify the Notice of Reassessment, or
    • Either a Negative answer, which would then prompt ICC to take CRA to court.
  • Since CRA has not answered the Notice of Objections, NO COURT DATE HAS BEEN SET.
  • Once the Notice of Objections has been Denied, ICC will take CRA to court and the participants will be notified.

2003:

  • Participants will then have to file the Notice of Objections with CRA,
  • CRA should acknowledge receipt of the Notice of Objections when received,
  • CRA will not give an answer to the Notice of Objections
  • Since CRA will not answered the Notice of Objections, THERE WILL NOT BE A COURT DATE SET UNTIL CRA GIVES A NEGATIVE ANSWER.
  • Once the Notice of Objections has been Denied, ICC will take CRA to court and the participants will be notified.

Until then:

  • ICC has sent out letters to all the participants, that the Defence Fund is depleted and that the Defence Fund has to be replenished:
    • If you have either:
      • Contributed to the Defence Fund, or
      • Purchased the Warranty Protection Program,
    • We thank you, and if you should have any further questions, please contact us.

    • If you have NOT:
      • Contributed to the Defence Fund, or
      • Purchased the Warranty Protection Program,
    • We ask you to please do the following:
      • Contribute to the Defence Fund or
      • Purchase the Warranty Protection Program

    • If you do not wish to do either:
      No more questions will be answered until money is received for defence fund or the Warranty Program.

      You are welcome to find other assistance.

      If you have not been reassessed and you require a copy of your file, please send a cheque in the amount of $45 to PAC Protection Corporation.

      If you have been reassessed and you only need a "Notice of Objection", please send a cheque for $25 to PAC Protection Corporation. If you require both, a "Notice of Objection" and a copy of your file, please send a cheque for $70 to PAC Protection Corporation.

Amendments to the Warranty

We would like to inform all of the participants who have purchased the warranty after June 30, 2005 that the coverage will apply.

Please click HERE to download the ammendment if you purchased before February 18th, 2003.

Click HERE if you you purchased protection following this date.


CRA is aggressively attacking all Tax Donation Programs



What Do I Do When I Get the Following Letters From CRA?

The following are the steps that CRA has taken to reassess donors from CLI / ICC and what are the steps that you should follow:

  1. I Have Received a Questionnaire From CRA
  2. I Have Received a Proposal Letter From CRA
  3. I Have Received a Reassessment From CRA
  4. I Have Received a Suggested Settlement Letter From CRA

1) I Have Received a Questionnaire From CRA

  1. Fax to us and we will give you the correct correspondence
  • Please make sure to write a valid email address or up to date mailing address

2) I Have Received a Proposal Letter From CRA

  1. Fax to us so that we can update your file.
  2. There is no need to respond to this letter.
    • If you do not respond to this letter, then CRA will send to you the Proposed Reassessment.

*** Please Note: That if you pay any taxes to them at this point, without filing a "Notice of Objection", then you might not be able to recoup any money down the road.

*** Please Note: If you have purchased the warranty and you decide to pay this amount, then your warranty will be null & void and you will not be able to recoup the money you paid CRA or the Warranty Payments.

If you should have questions, please contact us.

3) I Have Received a Reassessment From CRA

  1. Fax to us and we will send to you the "Notice of Objection".
    • Please make sure to follow all instructions when you receive the "Notice of Objection" from us.

4) I Have Received a Suggested Settlement Letter From CRA

  1. Fax to us so that we can update your file.

*** Please Note: If you have purchased the warranty and you decide to pay this amount, then your warranty will be null & void and you will not be able to recoup the money you paid CRA or the Warranty Payments.
If you should have questions, please contact us.


Will This Be Reassessed?
Yes! This will be reassessed. As stated before, CRA is aggressively attacking all Tax Donation Programs.
*** Please Note: It is extremely important that you keep your file up to date and as well, send to us all information and correspondence from CRA so that we can keep your file up to date.


Will This Go To Court?
Yes! This will eventually go to court.

The last three cases that went to court, which dealt with Tax Donation Deals, the tax payer lost all of them. The Fair Market Value was reduced to the tax payers purchase price. As well, interest was added to the amount owing, but not penalties.
*** Please Note: We will send out information to participants when the case finally goes to court. Other than that, please check this website from time to time for any updated information.


Will The Defense Fund Be Enough?
Our defense fund is at $500,000.00. The last case that went to court had to ask their participants for more money for their defense fund as it had run out.

So, if you are not a participant in the Warranty Program:

  • Once the defense fund runs out, you will be called upon to help replenish the fund.
    • We do not know how many times this might have to be done and
    • We do not know how much money will be asked for
  • If you do not wish to help replenish the defense fund, your name will be dropped from the docket and you will have to:
    • Hire your own lawyers, or
    • Pay the Taxes, Interest and Penalties owing to CRA

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