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Where's The Beef, Uh, I Mean $$$ ?


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My claim was closed yesterday. I went from 40% to 70% according to the 800# ( called twice to make sure). My claim was initiated 2/2010 so only 5 months of retro is due me. I use direct deposit. When can I expect to receive my retro?

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My claim was closed yesterday. I went from 40% to 70% according to the 800# ( called twice to make sure). My claim was initiated 2/2010 so only 5 months of retro is due me. I use direct deposit. When can I expect to receive my retro?

You should see it in 2-3 days maybe sooner. I got my retro in 3 days on my last big win.

JMO,

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a day before or within 2-3 days after you get the letter I have had both circumstances happen to me once I got back pay before I got the letter 2006 and in 2009 I got the letter on 4 June and the money 2 days later was direct deposited now what day they are going to mail you the decision probably within the next 2-3 weeks then again since it has already posted on the main file it may already be in the mail room trying to get it nailed down to a specific date on when you will get it, good luck on that not even a crystal ball can tell you that date

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Got the 2nd cp for ED due to meds & nerve in back in june -got the papers last thursday ed approved $1900 in bank today back to 08. The fastest st paul varo has ever been. So I will send heart & diabetes II form 9.So that adds to the 100%,

steve & pat

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