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“Can’t Thank You Enough” – J.E.

“I can’t thank you folks enough, I feel so vindicated! Let me tell you a funny story. I received a letter from the court on Thursday saying that my appeal had been dismissed. In my translation of legalese, I thought the letter said that the Gov’t had settled earlier with me for 104 hours and that I was entitled to nothing more. That wasn’t the way I remembered it but you all had the facts, all I had was memory. I was going to write and thank you for your hard work on my behalf, and move on. The next day I went out to the mailbox and found a check from DFAS for  $2,034! I am sure you could have heard me cheer. When I submitted my case a few years back, the Gov’t only sent me 3 years of finance records – and half of those belonged to someone else. I was told that no other pay records were available because of the infamous St. Louis records warehouse fire. Everything gets blamed on the warehouse fire. Thanks again, keep fighting for those of us who don’t have a chance. You guys are heroes.” - J.E.

 

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