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VA Error: 100% to 0% sent to wrong address


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In brief, 15 year Marine with 100% PTSD due to MST has rating reduced to 0% with no warning and was facing eviction. Even though the VA had the correct address on file, they sent her C&P appointment letter, rating reduction proposal, and decision letter to the wrong city. One day, her compensation benefit payments just stopped arriving. 

She contacted a lawyer, obtained her claims folder, and verified the VA made a serious error. The VA, they claimed to have done nothing wrong. Thankfully, her eviction was canceled due to the circumstances. It did not say if the VA reversed the decision, but seeing what happened, I assume they will. I just hope they treat her case as a hardship and not make her wait months for it to crawl through the system.

 

 

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Dang, typical, typical VA BS, I remember C-files on desks, in cabinets,on tables,on tops of cabinets all over the place. Yes, in some cubical they were on the floor.  It sounds like her attorney got everything taking care of but she still have that eviction notice on her records.

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@pete992 The VA should be able to help make this right by providing a letter saying they reduced her benefits in error. Hopefully that will be sufficient to get it off her record.

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