What happens if a depositor expects to be paid an amount that is different from what the DIC pays?

The DIC determines from the records of the institution how much a depositor should be paid, based on the principal balance on account with the institution, along with interest accrued up to the date of the institution’s closure. If this amount is not what the depositor expects to receive, the depositor must then provide proof to the DIC to substantiate his or her claim.

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