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Just Called The 800 Number And?


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I talked to the nicest person I have ever talked to at the VARO.

The person said the award was completed and I should be getting a letter within the next 2 weeks. I didnt want to go into too many details but I beleve there was a hint in there somewhere, Someone correct me if I am wrong as it may be just anxiety mixed with a dose of wishful thanking.

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  • HadIt.com Elder

What do you mean about "a hint in there"?

Sounds to me like you just won the lottery.

I'd be checking my bank balance.....................daily.

congradulations. B)

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They actually said "award" ?

I would be in a state of VA induced paranoia and would call back and get a second opinion and even a third.

Wouldn't this be wonderful?

I would be cautiously optimisitic.

The magic word used to be "authorization" but I found that word can mean you are in the crapper too-

Now I think the magic word is " at Finance".

But saying to expect an "award" is just incredible!

Let's hope this is true.Check your mailbox and your checking account until the letter comes.

I have always gotten award letters many days after they sent the money.

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John,

I truly hope this is an AWARD and that you hear something real soon. Maybe also try the IRIS question through the email and see what the email word on your claim is.

I know it's hard to celebrate to much until you have the letter in your hand or money in the bank. But it sounds good to me. B)

Jangrin :D

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yup sounds good but like everything with the VA it ain't real until you get the letter, then usually you have the money within 5-10 days but I have seen to many people count on having won their claim (like me) only to see the letter come saying denied or something else to that effect....don't count chickens yet I would hate to see your feelings get hurt

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Thanks Pete. If It had not been for T Bird, Berta, Yourself, John , Allan, and a host of others here, I would still be stuck in the limbo stage.

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