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Sensitive Level 7


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For wanting to seek info about my claims, I deceided to call the infamous call center(remember they did fax me info of my granted HTN claim, prior to receiving it 3 days post mail) anyway they repeat all my info given and explain Sorry we cannot release any info to you. WHAT??

You are level 7 sensitive and due to your security rating release of any information is forbidden. So they tell me someone will return a call, yeah right, but 15 minutes later phone rings and it is the call center asking about my security clearance, blah, blah, blah. So anyone else get this response?

What area of the federal government do you work for? WHAT? Yes you have all my info right except why was I given a sensitive level 7? Are you a supervisor? No. Not employed at all for years. Well you have this security level on your claim now...We refer to it here as VIP!

Is it good, bad, or ugly? Why/Who put it there? For what purpose?

Don't know just that it is there and they are working on all your claims now!

OK people here tell me what happens next??

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Sensitive 7 usually regards someone that at sometime was employed by the VA in some capacity.

You can feed Sensitive 7 into Hadit's search feature as there have been several posts

on this issue over the past several years.

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Thanks Carlie, never heard of nor read about this before. Next time I will do a search review on an issue I haven't a clue. Appreciate your clarifiying it.

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For wanting to seek info about my claims, I deceided to call the infamous call center(remember they did fax me info of my granted HTN claim, prior to receiving it 3 days post mail) anyway they repeat all my info given and explain Sorry we cannot release any info to you. WHAT??

You are level 7 sensitive and due to your security rating release of any information is forbidden. So they tell me someone will return a call, yeah right, but 15 minutes later phone rings and it is the call center asking about my security clearance, blah, blah, blah. So anyone else get this response?

What area of the federal government do you work for? WHAT? Yes you have all my info right except why was I given a sensitive level 7? Are you a supervisor? No. Not employed at all for years. Well you have this security level on your claim now...We refer to it here as VIP!

Is it good, bad, or ugly? Why/Who put it there? For what purpose?

Don't know just that it is there and they are working on all your claims now!

OK people here tell me what happens next??

I called 'em........told 'em they better straighten up and treat you right or I'd have to bring down the "Wrath Of G-d". I guess that scared 'em, huh?

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Don't know about you, but when I was declared a "Sensitive 7" they did get right on my outstanding claims..............................annnnnnd denied them.

just sayin....................... :unsure:

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You had me feeling good and laughing here...BUT then read your second post OH NO!!

I called 'em........told 'em they better straighten up and treat you right or I'd have to bring down the "Wrath Of G-d". I guess that scared 'em, huh?

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A level 7 is assigned when there is extra security assigned. This can be because you were an employee, someone has tried to access information on your file, you have had an encounter which has caused extra security. It means that a supervisor has to grant access to the information.

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