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Ebenefits Working Or?

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Hello all.

I have been trying to access ebenefits claims status since yesterday but when I get a message it cannot access the ifno at this time and to call the 800#.

Is the system down or maybe are the changing the info on my file?

I have a claim in for TDIU & increase and as of last week it was on "preparation for decision" phase. Also, the week prior I met with my Voc Rehab/ILP counselor and she looked and said it was on "prep for decisn" and to not do anything- don't send papers in, just wait and from today to 30 to 90 days it should be rated.

Please everyone pass some advice bad or good but I need some positive remarks. Right now I'm at home healing up from spine surgery- laminectomy and spinal fusion and bone graft so I could use some smiles. It's a sunny day which is nice amybe I will walk outside today.

Thank you in advvacnce.

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I'm getting nothing as well. Thought is was just me!

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Same thing here in the Midwest.

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Same here. Error: call 1-800-worthless for info about E-worthless. Site is down more than up and working.

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YES - ebenefits is down - probably overloaded due to being the end of / beginning of the month

and perhaps a little maintenance being done.

Who knows - it's anybody's guess.

ebenefits is about the same as our "state of the art - world class" health care.

Which equals - - - -Questionable and Consistant at being In-Consistant : - )

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Looks like mine was back up.

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