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a real vet

London, KY

#64 Feb 2, 2013
unknown patriotic wrote:
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This bank claiming to support our troops then they owe these troops that support. Yes they owe you and all the troops as long they claiming their support to us. If they do not then it is false advertising.
How can you support a bank thats says it is supporting our troops and when a vet ask for full support they show that vet the door.
It is you not to smart. You want to protect a bank thats not be exactly honest.
Will you define what "support our troops" mean if this does not include they are willing to help all veterans when they are home also?
Any other lie you want to tell?
I am no longer one of the troops and neither are you. We were paid for our service while we served, there is no expectation that we are owed anything. Reenlist, then you can be one of the troops.

“ ideals for a better world”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#65 Feb 2, 2013
a real vet wrote:
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I am no longer one of the troops and neither are you. We were paid for our service while we served, there is no expectation that we are owed anything. Reenlist, then you can be one of the troops.
You are not a veteran. You have never serve in the military. There is no way you have been in the military with that kind of attitude you have. If you had been in the military you had earned the right go to college paid. A real veteran would help another veteran in need. A real veteran would never call another veteran an ordinary citizen since the other veteran help save your life in line of fire. You would acknowledge the other veterans as your hero.
A veteran

Somerset, KY

#66 Feb 2, 2013
just-_thinking wrote:
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You are not a veteran. You have never serve in the military. There is no way you have been in the military with that kind of attitude you have. If you had been in the military you had earned the right go to college paid. A real veteran would help another veteran in need. A real veteran would never call another veteran an ordinary citizen since the other veteran help save your life in line of fire. You would acknowledge the other veterans as your hero.
I have served in the military, I agree with the poster who says the bank owes no favors to any of us. We appreciate any and all support but NO ONE or NO ENTITY owes us anything unless we are disabled as a result of our service.The whining and crying belongs to the weak and useless, Ones I would not want covering my back in a firefight.
GIRL

Williamsburg, KY

#67 Feb 2, 2013
just-_thinking wrote:
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You are not a veteran. You have never serve in the military. There is no way you have been in the military with that kind of attitude you have. If you had been in the military you had earned the right go to college paid. A real veteran would help another veteran in need. A real veteran would never call another veteran an ordinary citizen since the other veteran help save your life in line of fire. You would acknowledge the other veterans as your hero.
You are nuts. I hope they didn't give you a gun.
USMC Semper Fi

Tacoma, WA

#68 Feb 2, 2013
just-_thinking wrote:
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You are not a veteran. You have never serve in the military. There is no way you have been in the military with that kind of attitude you have. If you had been in the military you had earned the right go to college paid. A real veteran would help another veteran in need. A real veteran would never call another veteran an ordinary citizen since the other veteran help save your life in line of fire. You would acknowledge the other veterans as your hero.
I want to know how you know thta the moron posting the complaining saved someones life in the line of fire. I have an attitude towards whiney azzes that think somebody owes them something. It is true that if you are indeed a veteran that you do get benefits that entitle you to go to school after your tour is over. All my heroes are dead. The real heroes of combat are the dead ones unfortunately. What do you know about being a veteran? You have to have been honorably discharged to get any veterans benefits, wounded or not. As for the moron that calls themselevs that Patriotic I never said I was "in" Viet Nam. I said I joined during the Viet Nam Conflict. I also aked them what branch, what unit and where in Viet Nam they served but they wouldn't answer. Instead they called me a phoney because I didn't answer their questions. I also told them I was done with them. I do what I say and am done with your ignorant rant too. Go get a job loser. One more thing, the Marine Corps has always been voluntary because they don't take the losers. When you join you are told (as a platoon) starting out that 50% of you will not graduate to become Marines. That holds true today. I respect any and all vets. I do not respect someone that lacks any common sense and tries to get people to feel sorry for them. That person that I mentioned is a phoney azz and you my friend are a moron to get on here and defend someone just because they "claim" to be a vet with no proof. Hell, you can't even be sure that I'm one. But I know and that's all that matters.
USMC Semper Fi

Tacoma, WA

#69 Feb 2, 2013
I wanted to clarify a couple of things about veterans benefits. You have to be honorably discharged to retain your veteran benefits. It can be a General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions. Which means if you opted to leave the service and were able to do so under no fault of your own, such as the downsizing after Carter took office or medical reasons. I didn't use my educational bennies in the seventies, so now I can't expect the govt to pay them. They are not without time limits.
A veteran

Somerset, KY

#70 Feb 3, 2013
USMC Semper Fi wrote:
<quoted text>I want to know how you know thta the moron posting the complaining saved someones life in the line of fire. I have an attitude towards whiney azzes that think somebody owes them something. It is true that if you are indeed a veteran that you do get benefits that entitle you to go to school after your tour is over. All my heroes are dead. The real heroes of combat are the dead ones unfortunately. What do you know about being a veteran? You have to have been honorably discharged to get any veterans benefits, wounded or not. As for the moron that calls themselevs that Patriotic I never said I was "in" Viet Nam. I said I joined during the Viet Nam Conflict. I also aked them what branch, what unit and where in Viet Nam they served but they wouldn't answer. Instead they called me a phoney because I didn't answer their questions. I also told them I was done with them. I do what I say and am done with your ignorant rant too. Go get a job loser. One more thing, the Marine Corps has always been voluntary because they don't take the losers. When you join you are told (as a platoon) starting out that 50% of you will not graduate to become Marines. That holds true today. I respect any and all vets. I do not respect someone that lacks any common sense and tries to get people to feel sorry for them. That person that I mentioned is a phoney azz and you my friend are a moron to get on here and defend someone just because they "claim" to be a vet with no proof. Hell, you can't even be sure that I'm one. But I know and that's all that matters.
Good job Marine....These bozo's that get on here trying to belittle people and show how intellegent and important they are, turn my stomach. I am a combat veteran with an airborne infantry brigade from the 101st airborne division. Operated in the central highlands from An-Khe north along the Ho Chi-Minh trail thu the A-shaw and I-Drang valleys. Been there, dont that..dont need or want any more of it. No body owes me any thing, I do appreciate the things that are given to me. I do owe you this....THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.
A veteran

Somerset, KY

#71 Feb 3, 2013
Oh !!! and by the way, I do bank with P.N.C. as my one and only banking partner, I reccomend P.N.C bank,,,HIGHLY,,,, to one and all, for all your financial services,

“ ideals for a better world”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#72 Feb 3, 2013
USMC Semper Fi wrote:
<quoted text>I want to know how you know thta the moron posting the complaining saved someones life in the line of fire. I have an attitude towards whiney azzes that think somebody owes them something. It is true that if you are indeed a veteran that you do get benefits that entitle you to go to school after your tour is over. All my heroes are dead. The real heroes of combat are the dead ones unfortunately. What do you know about being a veteran? You have to have been honorably discharged to get any veterans benefits, wounded or not. As for the moron that calls themselevs that Patriotic I never said I was "in" Viet Nam. I said I joined during the Viet Nam Conflict. I also aked them what branch, what unit and where in Viet Nam they served but they wouldn't answer. Instead they called me a phoney because I didn't answer their questions. I also told them I was done with them. I do what I say and am done with your ignorant rant too. Go get a job loser. One more thing, the Marine Corps has always been voluntary because they don't take the losers. When you join you are told (as a platoon) starting out that 50% of you will not graduate to become Marines. That holds true today. I respect any and all vets. I do not respect someone that lacks any common sense and tries to get people to feel sorry for them. That person that I mentioned is a phoney azz and you my friend are a moron to get on here and defend someone just because they "claim" to be a vet with no proof. Hell, you can't even be sure that I'm one. But I know and that's all that matters.
Hey moron I did not say I save I save somebody life. Need get the Story Straight.
USMC Semper Fi

Tacoma, WA

#73 Feb 3, 2013
A veteran wrote:
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Good job Marine....These bozo's that get on here trying to belittle people and show how intellegent and important they are, turn my stomach. I am a combat veteran with an airborne infantry brigade from the 101st airborne division. Operated in the central highlands from An-Khe north along the Ho Chi-Minh trail thu the A-shaw and I-Drang valleys. Been there, dont that..dont need or want any more of it. No body owes me any thing, I do appreciate the things that are given to me. I do owe you this....THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.
Thank "you" sir. I saw some of the sacrifices of the vets that were there and were able to return. I saw countless injured at the Philly Naval Hospital. Sometimes I wonder if they (The Real HEROES) would have wanted to return here to see what has happened to OUR country.Some people just don't get it.
Freedom

Barbourville, KY

#74 May 20, 2013
unknown patriotic wrote:
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That is not the point. It is about a veteran be able go to any notary without being discriminated against, because of company policy. A veteran should be able get documents notarized by a notary, because that what notary suppose to do.
When a veteran make sacrifices and asking a notary to notarize a document, and the notary refuses is anti-American. Why can't the notary make a little sacrifice in notarizing a document.
I cannot believe how people that has posted are anti-American. Will not help a veteran or support a veteran anyway that made sacrifices for the freedom you have.
You're an idiot. I'm a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom you jackhole and I don't walk around pretending like I'm something special.
This bank has a policy. Every place has policies. United States government has thousands of them.
What's anti-American is people like you trashing a business for simply doing business just because you think that a certain group deserves to be treated differently. So much for equality, huh? We Vets are subject to the same rules and laws that everyone else is. That's what we fight to defend.
This bank didn't discriminate against a veteran. They refused a members-only service to a non-member. This isn't an issue with anyone but morons.
Agree

Barbourville, KY

#75 May 20, 2013
Freedom wrote:
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You're an idiot. I'm a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom you jackhole and I don't walk around pretending like I'm something special.
This bank has a policy. Every place has policies. United States government has thousands of them.
What's anti-American is people like you trashing a business for simply doing business just because you think that a certain group deserves to be treated differently. So much for equality, huh? We Vets are subject to the same rules and laws that everyone else is. That's what we fight to defend.
This bank didn't discriminate against a veteran. They refused a members-only service to a non-member. This isn't an issue with anyone but morons.
Well said ! I bank at PNC and I love it! Every business has rules!
just wondering

Barbourville, KY

#76 May 21, 2013
to get back to the point of the original post that PNC is against veterans, and assuming the guy is a vet and PNC policy is no account, no service ...

So if I don't have an account with PNC and they refuse to notarize a paper for me, does that mean if I am:

a resident of Flat Lick they are anti Flat Lick?
a farmer they are anti farmer?
a Democrat they are anti Democrat?
a Baptist they are anti-Baptist?
a heterosexual they are anti-heterosexual?
a British legal immigrant they are anti British?
a driver of a Ford F150 truck they are anti Ford products?

Grow up people. Not everyone is looking for a reason to discriminate against you. If they are, maybe you need to consider why everybody is trying to discriminate against you. Even if you are a very nice guy you should get used to the fact that you are probably nowhere near as special as you like to think you are. Why should someone be willing to go out of their way and maybe get themselves disciplined (or fired) by breaking the rules of the business who gives them the money they live on. Especially, as has been pointed out, when you can go lots of other places to get that service, some of them willing to do it for no charge.

By the way, if you are as nice a guy as you think you are, you already know you're not that special.
ook

Pikeville, KY

#77 May 21, 2013
I used to deal with PNC and they are trash.
Hey

Barbourville, KY

#79 May 21, 2013
Man they wouldn't let me drop a big turd in their toilet. I have the right to crap anywhere I want to. They a bunch of bums!
inez

Lockport, KY

#80 May 21, 2013
Pore guy
law changed for hlp

Dayton, OH

#81 May 22, 2013
just-_thinking wrote:
It is a bad day in Knox County when a veteran cannot go to a bank like PNC not be able documents notarize. It is wrong bank like this refuse returning vets full support. PNC Bank should be boycotted for refusing help veterans, because they don't have account with them.
banks do not do this, must get a form from the title place, then take it to doc, then have the doctor sign it. New law, must have had a heart attack, use a cane, or an obvious handicap, they will not give it to the ones who deserve it with other ailments anymore. It is a bunch of bs.

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