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Veterans Affairs Administraton Satisfaction Poll


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Veterans Affairs Administraton Satisfaction Poll  

60 members have voted

  1. 1. How satisifed are you the VA Administration

    • Couldn't be happier
      3
    • Satisifed
      11
    • Dissatisfied
      15
    • Completely Dissatisfied
      31


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I am very dis satisfied. They don't listen at all and then wonder why you get mad.

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I am very dis satisfied. They don't listen at all and then wonder why you get mad.

What is truly ironic about the situation to is that we take the most organized squared away people in the country, and assign thier disability needs to the agency in the government that is in the worst possible shape.

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:rolleyes: You can count on me as one of those who are dissatisfied. My claim was filed 03/03/08, and the last IRIS I sent, I was told, it's in the development stage, as they are waiting on records that are in their own damn computer. Seems every time I see a Doc, my previous records can be bought up instantly....
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I am so Completely Dissatisfied with the VA, that I am writing a letter to Congress about the Documents the RO has shredded.

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not enough data yet to tell, only 45 responses, i would like to get a 1000 or so before we can see a real trend.

At only 4:1 against, I am sort of surprised. How about you Tbird?
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From a few posts elsewhere one might think that there were just a few of us malcontents.

Come on you disgruntled grunts admit it: you figured out a way to vote "very dis satisfied" more than once didn't cha? Didn't cha!

ROTFLMAO

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