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Would Moderators please advise "posters" as to the repercussions for fraudalently filed claims. Many thanks,William

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Bill,

Thanks for the reminder.

The HADIT website in no way endorses or encourages fraudulent claims.

None, Nada, Zip, Zero !

jmho,

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Would Moderators please advise "posters" as to the repercussions for fraudalently filed claims. Many thanks,William

I know you did'nt need a reminder Carlie, as were all tring too go by the book...But I sat here biting my tongue, and got a PO'd. This website has saved me countless hours of research and time, and not to be undone with ill advice or dumb shortcuts. This site is not about the BS. Peace, William

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Admittedly, I don't read all the posts--I guess I missed the posts that involve suspect claims (except

for one a year ago).

Ron

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Encouraging Veterans or anyone else to comit fraud over federal controled comunication lines, may be a violation of law by itself. Alowing it to take place on this web board may get it shut down.

If this is what your into, you may want to go back to one of the yahoo boards that allowed you to get away with it.

It's not condoned on this board. We are here to help vets. Not get them put in jail.

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Encouraging Veterans or anyone else to comit fraud over federal controled comunication lines, may be a violation of law by itself. Alowing it to take place on this web board may get it shut down.

If this is what your into, you may want to go back to one of the yahoo boards that allowed you to get away with it.

It's not condoned on this board. We are here to help vets. Not get them put in jail.

CHEERS!! End of subject...Thank You, Allan and Carlie, and the rest..Peace.

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Thanks John...knew something was up with this character..Peace, Bill

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