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I saw that you had read the reply I made to Ddsr in his profile page.
I sent you a profile message this AM and decided to post it here.
“Again we are told by Tbird to put members on our Ignore list-
That means members can give inaccurate advice here that we are supposed to ignore.
Much -but not all, of my evidence for my OGC complaint on Alex, is from hadit, and I have hard copy and direct links to it here. I am preparing the complaint as a legal brief.
No rush because VA Central Office is still dealing with the Covid issue-and unavailable per OGC to accept snail mail, which I prefer over email to them with pdfs.
And I included the post here whereby Alex threatened to take legal action against me… what a laugh- I LOVE Litigation! But it shows how he tries to bully people ,when his advice is wrong.
It has occurred to me that the OGC might be alarmed at the way we are treated, here, when we correct bad advice, not substantiated by established VA case law.
To ignore bad info—- means hadit condones the erroneous info.
To correct bad information —–means we are chastised.
I wonder what the OGC will think of this web site,after reading the way I and Broncovet had been treated, not to mention the two very good members we lost due to Alex Graham.
My future at hadit will depend on the results of my OGC complaint.
I am hoping for a public apology here from Asknod to this site
-and a promise from him to try to understand the difference between BVA CUE and RO CUE,and the fact that one can file a CUE on a recent decision, from the VARO,
and possibly a donation to the site ( I have church business and can possibly access Pacer today, to confirm the 8 thousand dollar donation he made to WWP, when they sued him.If have statements from him on that and from others but I want to find more proof, as I have only part of the consent order from USDC.
If not today, no rush, as I understand he himself accused others of giving bad advice here recently and I have to find that thread.
Also the OGC will not take kindly the fact that he called a DRO from Mississippi VARO a “Bitch” but that is from his web site site, linked to hadit.
Alex should be very concerned about this complaint – but I think hadit should be concerned as well.
I have said here before that we get bad advice as it is from those lousy vet reps, and even from RO’s who manipulate the regulations that control them and us, as claimants.Even vet lawyers sometimes give poor advice.And None of us know it all.
We can control the VA with their own regulations.
But allowing erroneous information to be published here without being allowed to correct it, or if we do correct it- we get a lot of crap when we try-(I had some serious incidents like that here, over the pa
that falls Very negatively on the purpose of hadit….to give claimants the Best advice we can give them.”
I made a typo- ‘if’ should be ‘I’- I have statements from him on the 8 thousand dollar donation. I am in a hurry today-
and do not feel much good comes from the off the board PMs, profile questions, emails etc, that are not public info.
I hope you have documented support for what you said Gastone said- it was very hurtful to Ddsr. Gastone might have said that but about a different member.
When we speak about the dead, we have to be very careful. Someone in the village near where I live started a vicious rumor about my dead husband and tried to steal a lot I own by adverse possession, saying I was all alone with Rod dead and could not stop him. I fixed that right away.I sued him right away and I won. Even the VA,as in my IG complaint, made an unsubstantiated false statement that reveals how deficient my RO director is regarding basis VA 101.
The dead cannot speak for themselves but if we are quoting them in any way at all- we better back it up.
I think Ddsr sent me another email at my profile but I have not had time to read it yet.
I hope you all realize that DIC and accrued claims are far different from regular claims from living veterans.
I am a little surprised at the recent widow member and how her questions were answered because I hope she does come back- She needed to find out if the VA really had received her claim and on the right form……I know how some vet reps treat widows- they treat us like dirt, and that might be because they really do not believe we have the right to get DIC. Some of them ( actually many of them) do not have a clue on DIC and they act like their advice is Gospel when sometimes,in my experience and that of other widows I know, their advice is often unsubstantiated by VA case law itself.
If your spouse cannot get up to speed on a PC, in my opinion, their DIC/accrued claims might be fully valid, but those claims might also be doomed.
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I saw that you had read the reply I made to Ddsr in his profile page. I sent you a profile message this AM and decided to post it here. Again we are told by Tbird to put members on our Ignore list- That means members can give inaccurate advice here that we are supposed to ignore.