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danang_1969

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I just made a call from my cell phone to check status on my appeal. After going through the maze. I got this message," We are experincing larger than normal call volume please try your call leter.

The I immediately tried my landline phone called again and went through the maze and they said my call time ait would be aproximately 2 minutes. After listened to about 2 minutes of 1940's ballroom, a rep aid said my name is ---- How may I help you. I said I would like to check the status on my appeal. he said I'm sorry sir our system is down, would you like to call back in about an hour, which would be 5:30 PM. I think they are closed then, am I right. Seem strange to me. Anyone experince this?

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Oh hell, you might be better with no answer.

Most answers from 1-800 concerning the status of your claim

aren't accurate.

The system isn't really set up for that.

You may as well stop by Madam Claudia's card reading shop

for an answer.

jmho,

carlie

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Oh hell, you might be better with no answer.

Most answers from 1-800 concerning the status of your claim

aren't accurate.

The system isn't really set up for that.

You may as well stop by Madam Claudia's card reading shop

for an answer.

jmho,

carlie

I had better luck with the psychic hot line. Ms Cleo was 25% more accurate than the VA 1-800 #.

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danang,

We continually repeat to members at Hadit that

the 1-800 # is not set up to track the status of claims.

VA may well say it is - BUT - there is no way possible

for that to be true.

After vets have been told by the 800 # that their claim is with the rater

or on the rater's desk, for 6-12-18 months, it finally clicks in.

The 800 # is telling me BS.

jmho,

carlie

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