My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Veteran Tickets Foundation, Tempe, AZ, USA
I sent a copy of my DD214 to them, but that wasn't good enough they wanted more information, so I sent them a copy of my VA card with my photo on it. I guess that wasn't good enough for them either. I waited a couple of weeks with no reply. I don't know nothing about this organization, and wish I hadn't send all this information to them. I wrote them a note back on there website, and told them to keep there tickets, and to destroy my information I sent them.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Respond to the vets that are Appling for membership. Either tell yes or no. When they don't reply, a person wonders if they wanted just your information....
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From Vet Tix Staff, Only two things could have happened here. 1. What you are saying you submitted isn't what you actually submitted and you are trying to post a negative comment just because you can. or 2. We (Vet Tix) made a mistake. We take verification process very serious. The process is not difficult if you supply the correct verification. In this case I imagine what happened is you supplied a DD214 that was a "short" form and didn't show honorable discharge... We need a "long" form showing that. My guess is that was requested and you didn't supply other supporting documentation. Overall, This problem is very fixable and we are willing to do whatever is necessary to verify members who provide the correct documents.