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I filed a claim back in 2/25/2010. I went through a QTC C&P General Examination on 7/26/2010. I got a copy of the report a few months later. While I did not like the fact that what happened during the exam was not what was on the report, if that makes any sense. Now, I go into ebenefits, with their improved claim status, and it shows that QTC did not send the VA a report until April 2011. That is about 9 months after the exam!! I do have an Attorney (K&K) working this for me, but the time line just don't look right.

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I filed a claim back in 2/25/2010. I went through a QTC C&P General Examination on 7/26/2010. I got a copy of the report a few months later.

While I did not like the fact that what happened during the exam was not what was on the report, if that makes any sense.

Now, I go into ebenefits, with their improved claim status, and it shows that QTC did not send the VA a report until April 2011.

That is about 9 months after the exam!! I do have an Attorney (K&K) working this for me, but the time line just don't look right.

Papa

Papa,

It could be human error of a typo could have been made on this date of April 2011.

HOW did you get a copy of your QTC exam - in other words, who provided this copy to you ?

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The VA had to send me the copy. QTC will not give a Vet a copy of the report. I can see ebenefits making a mistake on the year, but the month!!

Papa

Papa,

It could be human error of a typo could have been made on this date of April 2011.

HOW did you get a copy of your QTC exam - in other words, who provided this copy to you ?

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Papa,

ebenefits says,

" A date entry in the "Date Received" column means that

the evidence requested was received, or a negative response from the provider was received" etc...

I do not think this is necessarily stating that this IS the date it was received.

I think it's the date that they ENTERED it into the system of chaos.

JMHO

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The VA kept telling me that they had not recevied my QTC from back in Sept I tried the 800 number the RO and the VSO in the RO but when I went to my local VSO he called a buddy of his at the RO who was a superviser and my results where right there just never been printed out and put with my claim and that happened the end of Nov.

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I had a QTC C&P exam earlier this year and the Houston RO kept telling me that QTC had not provided a copy of the exam report. I called the QTC office here in town and they told me that a copy had been electronically provided to Houston RO. To make a long story short many months later the Houston RO still maintains that "they" the RO needs to load the QTC exam report into the system. So I wait and wait for them to load up an exam report that has been there at the RO for months. The holiday season only adds to the wait.

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