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The Yo-Yo Effect And Toying With Vet

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today claim moved back to preparation for decision i honesty think they are toying with me

7/23/12 pending decision approval

9/7/12 prep for decision

9/12/12 Pending decision approval

9/17/12 back to prep for decision

Age of claim 2 years 0 months 0 days = 720 as of Sep 17,2012

i am totally ready to go off the deep end

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It looks likethe decision was either too low or too high so they kicked it back.

It wont be long now and I hope it was the later not the first part.

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today claim moved back to preparation for decision i honesty think they are toying with me

7/23/12 pending decision approval

9/7/12 prep for decision

9/12/12 Pending decision approval

9/17/12 back to prep for decision

Age of claim 2 years 0 months 0 days = 720 as of Sep 17,2012

i am totally ready to go off the deep end

Keep your sanity - just quit checking ebenefits.

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Looks like they needed some specifics stay positive as likely they are crossing all the Ts and dotted the eyes to come to a decision the age of my claim was in excess of 36 months while I have actually be battling the VA since 1997 and finally got over the hump you will too keep the faith and thank you for your service.

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Thank you all for the good advice i just spoke with the 202 case management folks they said that a final decision has been made this morning and the bouncing around is common with a claim that has alot of miles on it i checked ebennies now i am back at pending decison awaiting word i again want to thank the good folks here for uplifting my spirits when i was down.

Thanks

Billygoat

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