I, Larry Vesa, must honestly tell someone about the VA and what they have done to me.
I am an honorably discharged Vietnam-era veteran and I got discharged in 1972. Some years ago, I had a massive stroke and the VA knows this; they have been sent all the proper papers on this.
The VA continually sends me bills for my medicine when they know I only have $895 a month from Social Security. I was receiving $148 a month from the VA.
In the meantime, I got married and still collected the money. Then the VA said because the wife worked and made too much money, that if I didnt pay them back, they in turn would attach my Social Security, which they did.
In turn, I had to borrow the money, which was almost $2,000, to repay them. I know I am divorced partly due to this trouble with the VA.
I love our country and went to the Navy for us, and this is the thanks I get. They are threatening me again for $152.35. I feel this is totally wrong.
I am writing this letter to inform you what the VA is all about.
Larry G. Vesa