Dear Santa,Thanks for your letter of March 7, 2018.
The Department of Human Services is issuing you a letter that clarifies your rights as a borrower.
I am here to tell you that I understand the legal ramifications of your actions, but we are not doing it for your benefit.
We are doing it to protect the taxpayers.
If you were to pay all the debt, the debt would go into your personal accounts and your credit score would suffer because we are no longer able to monitor your accounts and determine if your account is being paid.
If a loan was made to you under your name and then that loan is repaid, the repayment would not be a debt and you would have to pay that loan back.
We know you had a good experience at the VA, but there are still many outstanding debts that are unresolved.
So, please don’t worry, we will be able to help you pay these outstanding debts.
However, if you owe more than your outstanding debt, then you should immediately seek the help of a debt expert who can help you figure out how much money you owe.
If this is a problem for you, we can help guide you through the process.
The letter you receive today outlines the steps that we are taking to help address the outstanding debts of Veterans.
The first step is to verify that you are a VA-authorized Veteran who is receiving care at the Veterans Health Administration’s facility in El Paso, Texas.
To do this, you will need a Veterans Affairs Card.
The VA is issuing a limited number of Cardholders to Veterans who need to pay their debt.
If the Veteran is receiving medical care at an El Paso VA facility, they will need to obtain a VA Card from a VA employee.
The Veterans card is valid for one year from the date of issuance.
Please do not try to collect your debt from the El Paso facility until you have verified that you have a VA card.
We will also need to verify your address.
You can verify your home address by going to Veterans Affairs Online or by calling 1-877-VET-VA (1-877.227.3688).
If you have other outstanding debt from previous VA Care Provider programs, you should call your local VA office to check the status of your other VA Care provider.
Veterans are entitled to a VA Disability Adjustment payment in accordance with the law, including the VA Disability Plan, which can be accessed at www.va.gov/disability/index.html.
To receive this payment, Veterans must also be in receipt of disability payments, and the VA will provide the following documents: A letter from the Veterans Benefits Administration, dated February 15, 2018, to Veterans requesting a Veterans Disability Payment, including: a copy of the letter and supporting documentation provided by the Veterans Care Provider; and, A copy of any VA Disability Insurance Benefits Statement.
The date on which the VA has received your letter and the date it will make a determination.
For Veterans who are enrolled in an eligible Veterans Care Program, the VA may send you a copy from the Department of Veterans Affairs website or by mail.
Veterans who have already enrolled in VA Care Programs can contact the Department for more information.
Please check your Veterans Benefits Benefits Statement or Veterans Benefits website for your payment status.
Once you have received your copy of your letter, you must go to Veterans Benefits Online to obtain the letter, including a copy with your signature.
If your VA card has been revoked, you cannot receive a payment, so please check your records for your record to verify whether your card was revoked.
If it was revoked, then the VA can make payments for you.
Please make a payment and provide a copy to the Veterans Affairs Employee Assistance Office (VA EAPO) at 1-800-972-5011, which is located in the Elpasco VA Medical Center.
You should also make a check payable to the VA or send a check to the Elpa Vista VA Care Center at 740 El Paso Boulevard, El Paso Texas 79901.
Veterans should also call the El Pañasco VA Care Centers at 858-892-4850 to verify if they have any outstanding debt or outstanding payments from previous Veterans Care Programs.
You may contact the Elpapa VA Care Facilities by phone at 1-(800)859-6202 to request an appointment for a VA EAP or visit the El Pena VA Care Office at 1(800) 932-2323 to verify the status and address of any outstanding VA care payments.
The El Paso County VA Office is responsible for collecting the payment, and they can be reached by phone by visiting 1-888-273-9081.
You will need the VA Card number to complete the VA ETP process.
Please note: There is no obligation to pay any outstanding debts to Veterans, and you do not have to provide a VA ID to obtain payment.
You are responsible for making the payment to the local VA