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It's time to ask for help from the community. If you can help with a gift it would be very appreciated.

Fund HadIt.com Veteran to Veteran LLC

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Give a financial gift to help with the upkeep of HadIt.com. HadIt.com is NOT a non profit. Gifts are not tax deductible, they are just gifts. 

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If you can give back to HadIt.com if it has helped you. Gifts are never required but always appreciated.

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Come on guys lets all   help out Ms Tbird  it will help keep this hadit site up and running not only for you but the thousands of other veterans trying to get their well deserved benefits .

This hadit .com site was and still is a God Send to me and my family & I will will be forever grateful.

With this new sitimulas $$  coming in as a unexpected windfall why not take time out and send in whatever you can  but don't hurt yourself and your family to do so.

I sent in & donated  100.00 Bucks  a few months ago  and may send Ms Tbird a little more when I get my stimulus $$$

This hadit.com site as helped countless Veterans and their families  and to give just a little back is well Appreciated by all us Veterans.

Ms T devotes her time and her own$$ keeping this site up  and as a courteous  juster  to all of us veterans  its all free of charge,  but some times Ms T needs a little help from all of us.

Thank You All.& God bless

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thank you Buck

 

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Bumping this up!!!

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If HadIt.com has helped you and you can give back a little it is appreciated.

HadIt.com Veteran to Veteran Fundraiser
Revenues are down, costs are up and I really need your help. Financial gifts are always appreciated but never required. If HadIt.com has helped you and you can give back a little it is appreciated Give here https://community.hadit.com/donate/make-donation/

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I think the readers of Hadit fall into 2 basic groups: those that are looking for info to help them on a personal level and, those who feel that they can give back to their bother and sister veterans by helping them slay the VA Giant. Those are the two main categories. Now people in the second group realize that in order to be able to help other veterans you have to have a venue to do that. Hadit is that place. If there wasn't a great informative site like here, we would have to find another way of doing it, and because of Hadit's membership, it would be a whole lot less efficient. So, most of the veterans in the second category have made and do make contributions to help keep it up and running. Now the people in the first category are different. They scout around and somehow find Hadit, and they see that they can get really good practical and detailed advise from people that have been there, done that. This message is really to those veterans. If you get and use advise from here, won't you please remember to help others that follow that are in the same boat you were in. When you get your award, make a check or money order out and mail it in. Play it forward so Ms Tbird and keep this going for another 20 years.

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4 hours ago, GBArmy said:

I think the readers of Hadit fall into 2 basic groups: those that are looking for info to help them on a personal level and, those who feel that they can give back to their bother and sister veterans by helping them slay the VA Giant. Those are the two main categories. Now people in the second group realize that in order to be able to help other veterans you have to have a venue to do that. Hadit is that place. If there wasn't a great informative site like here, we would have to find another way of doing it, and because of Hadit's membership, it would be a whole lot less efficient. So, most of the veterans in the second category have made and do make contributions to help keep it up and running. Now the people in the first category are different. They scout around and somehow find Hadit, and they see that they can get really good practical and detailed advise from people that have been there, done that. This message is really to those veterans. If you get and use advise from here, won't you please remember to help others that follow that are in the same boat you were in. When you get your award, make a check or money order out and mail it in. Play it forward so Ms Tbird and keep this going for another 20 years.

I agree. I’ve been perusing this site looking back at posts from forum members in the past. It seems a majority of HadIt users ask for information on a personal level, get their 100%, and then suddenly leave the site.

I was coming pretty close on making a topic of “what happened to all the 100% P&T HadIt users from years ago.” I understand that everyone is free to do whatever they well please, but it feels like a ghost town presently compared to the activity from years ago.

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We do have some "old timers" and some go away and come back for many reasons. And the fact of the matter is that usually a veteran or an advocate wouldn't get to the site to begin with if they didn't have some issues to resolve. Once they do, one way or another, some just don't have the interest any longer. I can understand that, but not sticking with it can result in short changing benefits they could be entitled to. Like not realizing a disability they have could actually be a secondary to one that is already rated. You learn that stuff by staying connected and reading other postings. Again, I was just trying to remind veterans to share a little of their good fortune. If you get back pay of a couple of grand, give  back a little so this forum can continue on and help others. It sure is a lot cheaper than just going to a lawyer right off the top.

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It's hard for me to go over posts, but I try to support where I can.  I try not to be really angry with the VA, but that's incredibly hard. 

I've been in this slog with the VA since 2010.  I filed it, they denied it, I appealed it, they denied again, I appealed it and pointed out that the first denial improperly closed half of my claim (the stronger one, actually), just got a DRO appointment and he signed a document acknowledging the CUE and brought those parts of my claim back into play.  I filed documents with him in that appt in early March, but I don't know if they made it to my file or not.  Covid-19 shut everything down the next week and I still don't see those docs filed.  Time to send them via certified mail, return receipt requested just in case that "broken scanner" turned into "there are no documents that were filed at that time."

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SameOldSong I'm not sure what your question is, but I believe you should start it again under a new question. It is going to get lost on this thread. And again, I'm not sure if you are asking for advise or just making a statement.

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