Their website offers only a very abbreviated page of negative assertions against Fi-Core, but there are a couple of ways to get more details from the Union. Your first contact with SAG regarding Fi-Core would likely be the Eligibility Letter a person is supposed to receive when they become eligible to join. This letter includes a “Beck Notice”, the part of the letter that lets you know you can choose not to join (e.g. Fi-Core). The Union also has a Fi-Core hotline at 323-549-6667 which leads to a machine where you can leave a message. The caller will then be routed to the appropriate branch office to get their specific questions answered. The hotline is checked every day, and a Union staffer will call back to schedule a phone appointment. If you still haven’t had your questions answered from that call, you can request to speak directly to the Manager of Membership Education at 323-549-6019 who will be happy to talk to you.
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