There is far too much information to put here, but one example of what has happened is that my case representative fraudulently reviewed my requests for reconsideration--without any notification to me--and denied both requests. According to the Social Security "Red Book" my case representative was not allowed to handle any part of the reconsideration process except to submit the request (Social Security Handbook 2723.1 subsection 2005.3). The White House even got involved, contacted the Office of Public Inquiries and the person I spoke to--head of the dept.--told me directly that he had the request in his hands, my representative had "Denied" the request, and that she broke the law by doing so. I still have not received a copy of those requests and they were from July 2012. More ensues!