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Appeals Management Center Aka/ Bermuda Triangle


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Today i received a standard letter from the AMC (bermuda triangle) stating that they have requested copies of my disability medical records from social security, and it "MAY" take several months to receive an response from them.SEVERAL MONTHS??? I know for a fact that this is requested from va to ssa by FAX and these two agencies are linked, and that va is to check for responses every 10 days. I got my personal copies from the ssa in two days when i requested them. Also a copy of this letter was sent cc to the american legion, even though i revoked my poa in march of this year, and it was acknowledged by the bva judge that it was revoked as this was in the remand order that i received.What i'm getting at is,here is solid evidence that evidence is not read, and that this is nothing but other way's to stall and sit on your appeal. Now when amc get's through f!@#$% around with this appeal and sends it back to the bva if it's another denial (which most are) with the american legion still listed as my poa WHERE do you think it will go next IF you are not aware of this BS?(AMERICAN LEGION) and there it will sit again for no reason at all. Just a little something for the unwary and unprepared.

What i'm also asking of the hadit community is for any contact telephone numbers for the amc that i can use to maybe stay on top of this as none was provided in my letter's from them so far.I saw somewhere a while back where a few members had these contact numbers. I feel that it should not take 2 or 3 years on remand just to associate ssa records to the file for final adjudication, but this is what you get when are going through the BERMUDA TRIANGLE. Everyone have a safe holiday weekend.

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