KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions
kare 11 investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions WASHINGTON – The scandal-plagued Department of Veterans Affairs is systematically overpaying clerks, administrators and other support staff, according to internal audits, draining tens of millions of dollars that could be used instead to ease the VA’s acute shortage of.
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KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions May 15, 2019 ST PAUL, Minn – Thousands of disabled veterans nationwide are due millions of dollars in refunds on VA backed home loans, according to internal Department of Veterans Affairs records obtained by KARE 11.
KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions – That’s more than $150 million due to veterans when the report was done in 2014. veterans finance the purchase of homes at low interest rates with no required down payment and no mortgage insurance.
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KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions Author: A.J. Lagoe and Steve Eckert May 15, 2019 "This report demonstrates that VA inappropriately collected approximately $150,901,534 on 47,588 loans since 2006."
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Meanwhile, the number of veterans affected and the amount they are owed grew – from an estimated $150 million in 2014 to $189 million by the end of 2017, the OIG investigation found.
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