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Asked on: 7/11/13, 7:57 pm

I signed a contract with the Veterans Administration for travel pay. They refused to give me a copy of the voucher and only stated they would send a check to my bank account. Without a copy I would have no recourse if the check didnít come. In the past they have given me a copy, but refused to do so today. By law, am I entitled to a copy?

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Answered on: 7/11/13, 10:30 pm by Kelvin Green

I don understand how you can sign a contract for travel pay. If you filed a voucher, then you have a copy of it.. If there is a contract for services you shoud still be submitting for ravel reimbursements and keeping a copy...


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