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diceman97

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hi this is my first post, my question is i filed claim 12-16-2011 8-11-2012 i filed a nod 9-24-2012 ebenefits says im in prep for notification phase, could my nod/denovo haved ben this quick i have not seen any other changes or heard from anybody, or is this ebenefits just **** with me i am on the verge of losing my mind any help would be apreciated thanks

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Based upon my experience several years ago, - - - -

An NOD was submitted and asked for a DeNovo.

The De Novo was "completed about thirty days after receipt of the NOD & request.

Rubber Stamp, anyone?

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When ebenefits was down for maintenance on Sunday on 9/23/2012, mine went from Gathering of Evidence to Preparation for Notification. I found out on Monday that ebenefits made a mistake with a lot of peoples claims. I would be cautiously optimistic......

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Diceman,

Hate to be a pessimist , my experience was the same as Chucks.

Not good news for me .

Sgt Sandman

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Hopefull it is true for yoursake diceman E benefits is really acting haywire it showed my claim for dependents ready for notification since monday no change in status so I suspect a flaw in the system hopefully for both our sakes it is true

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If your NOD is showing up in claims status, they are not processing it as a NOD.

I NOD will show up in Appeals, and they will forever tell you it is pending with the BVA even if they haven't certified it!

Hope this isn't bad news for you.

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