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HadIt.com Anniversary 24 years on Jan 20, 2021


Yesterday, the VA from South Dakota called me, by the way I live in Northeast, to ask me if I went to my last C@P exam with QTC which I did, He told me, he is looking for that information so they can finish my Cervical spine fusion claim, has this happen to anyone else?



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Ken Can't say this has happened to me but get on the horn immediately and call the QTC office where you went. They usually get those exams out quickly, like in a couple of days; that's how they get pa

Given that the caller knew about your recent C and P exam, its likely this was legit.  For example, people call me from "Windows" to tell me my computer is infected.  That is impossible, because I don

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Ken Can't say this has happened to me but get on the horn immediately and call the QTC office where you went. They usually get those exams out quickly, like in a couple of days; that's how they get paid. Leave a detailed message with the examiner you had and ask for a call back. If that doesn't work, ask for the manager. You want that report to go to your RO right away. If they screwed up, maybe the examiner can piece a report together based on his memory? Tricky, maybe. If it isn't caught in some stupid hang up, you may need to get another one.

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The VA calls me "sometimes" but not real often.  According to other Veterans, the VA calls them also.  

But, you should be very careful disclosing personal information to people who claim to be with VA, social security, Microsoft Windows, IRS, etc., but are really hackers.  

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Given that the caller knew about your recent C and P exam, its likely this was legit.  For example, people call me from "Windows" to tell me my computer is infected.  That is impossible, because I dont own a Windows computer, I have Linux Mint and Apple.  No windows.  

We really do need to watch for scams.  They are getting better and better.  They used to call me claiming to be from "my bank".  Well, "my bank" knows the name of the BANK!!  They dont tell me they are from "the bank".  Instead they give the name of the bank.  

Ditto if they are from "mastercard visa" to reduce my interest rates.  Well, Mastercard Visa have a name, such as Citibank Visa or the like.  "Mastercard" is not a name..its part of the name.  

Basically, I wont give ANY personal information to ANY caller, since I have no way to verify callers identity.  No SSN.  NO passwords.  No username.  If they dont know who I am and they called ME, then they probably are not the real deal.  MY bank knows my name, address, ssn, username and password.  They didnt have a computer failure and they dont need my username and password.  

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 Back in 2012 Some one got a hold of my SS# AND FILED THEIR TAXES  Returns Under my SS# not sure how they did this ? without my name?

but IRS called me and told me I had been a victim of Identity thief and go tot he IRS Fed Building ASAP  I did and they told me my SS# Had been used for taxes  return tax a large sum of money..I said well it was not me had to take tons of paper work to prove who I was,  anyway that took over two years before they caught this person but would not disclose the name. they gave me a PIN # to use  to file taxes or anything to do with IRS , which I do not work at all  so  we just file short form and write I am a disabled Veterans on VA Comp  which is non taxable.

    but it sure was hard there for two years.  Identity Thief is  Bad and takes a long time to get straighten out with the IRS .

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