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Ebennies Lost It's Mind?


Scout Swimmer

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So after taking the advice of some good people here I hired an Attorney. Today was the first day my new claim showed on ebenefits for the following contentions:

Contentions: IBS (New)

Nerve conditions (New),

Bilateral feet condition(s) (Reopen),

TBI (Increase)

Cervical Spine conditions (Increase),

Lumbar spine condition (Increase),

migraines (Increase)

Here is the crazy part!

Claim received 08-25-2014

Prep for Decision! The first day the claim is posted?

Can anyone make sense of this?

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No, I can't unless you supplied bullet proof evidence for all claims? It took me over a year using Ebenefits and I would never use it again. They made a mess of it. They maintained to the last that I had not signed off on their version of VCAA. They kept waiting for me to say I had no more evidence and I told them three or four times, but not until I got congressman involved did they sign me up for C&P exam.

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I have great IMO evidence, but I haven't even submitted any of it yet!

It's reads claim recieved on 9/20/14

Under Review on 9/20/2014

Prep for Decision on 9/20/2014

No other info posted, no evidence overdue, no c&p's scheduled or anything.

Maybe they just figured I'm at 92 points and I got a Attoney and are just going to grant me. 100%?

I don't get it .

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