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Letter Was Issued Showing Todays Date From Rating Board


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finally the rating is over they have made a rating and put it in a letter to me apparently today but when i called to ask for info on the rating they tell me they cant talk to me about it until i have the letter in hand or have recieved it through the mail go figure never heard that before usually they tell you its this or that but this must be some new fangle way of telling you you been approved or denied looking for anyone who has had this happen to them or went through this themselves ,

it seems that if its been loaded to the system it should be available to the vet help me understand this sway of thinking ???

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I had this happen to me too. I used the rating calculator here on Hadit and calculated any approval or increase would move my combined % up. I called back and asked to confirm my combined rating and then the monthly compensation rate. Afterwards, I knew I had won.

If you have a VSO, like DAV, VFW, etc..., they can usually check for you.

Check your bank account too. Lots of times a deposit of retro, if your situation involves retro, will hit the bank before you get the letter in the mail.

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finally the rating is over they have made a rating and put it in a letter to me apparently today but when i called to ask for info on the rating they tell me they cant talk to me about it until i have the letter in hand or have recieved it through the mail go figure never heard that before usually they tell you its this or that but this must be some new fangle way of telling you you been approved or denied looking for anyone who has had this happen to them or went through this themselves ,

No - this is not new at all - it's probably one of the few things done with consistency.

it seems that if its been loaded to the system it should be available to the vet help me understand this sway of thinking ???

Train of thought on this is - the 800 # might answer what has happened inaccurately so

they want claimants to find out by printed words in the decision.

If it's not in writing - it didn't happen - lol.

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how long after the letter has been generated does it take for them to post award if any or which comes first is what iam asking

as a general rule ??

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