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eBenefits SNAFU

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Here is the most confusing thing I have seen yet on ebenefits. These notices are all from today, appear simultaneously, and refer to the same claim.

Also, the status on VA vets.gov says the claim has moved back to: Evidence gathering, review, and decision. From, preparation for notification.

And best of all: No letters of any kind in the mail for this claim. Talk about being kept in the dark!

 

Status of Your Claim

COMPLETE

  • Submitted: 01/30/2017 (Appeal)
  • Claim Closed: 07/31/2017
  • Disabilities Claimed: TDIU (New)
  • Representative for VA Claims: redacted
  • Current Status: Complete

 

 

Status of Your Claim

PENDING DECISION APPROVAL

  • Submitted: 01/30/2017 (Appeal)
  • Estimated Completion: At this time, your Regional Office is unable to provide an estimated completion date for this type of claim.
  • Disabilities Claimed: individual unemployability (New)
  • Representative for VA Claims: redacted
  • Current Status: Pending Decision Approval

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From one Hull Tech to another, That looks like the VA is keeping you in the dark. A good VSO or agent has access to find out claims info for you..

 

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I know! My lawyer told me they decided the claim almost 2 months ago, and I will get the notice in time. I just marvel at the [dis-information] we get from ebenefits. But we are supposed to take it as gospel? Why have the site at all if the information is not correct.

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Same here I was told Claim was closed and now back in the preparation for a decision in 4 hours ...

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