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Donating to a VA Claim will enable us to complete a case for those who are in most dire need. Veterans that are homeless, living in Veteran Hospitals, shelters and the alike. A Veteran who has applied for a case and demonstrated that they are unable to cover the cost will be put into our donation case workload. When donations hits the required fee a random Veteran will be selected to be assisted for there case. It will be announced on our news letter, You-tube channel, Facebook and our blog will have a written article of how you have changed a Veterans life forever.

Gives A Lifetime Membership
A Flawless Fully Developed Claim
Unlimited Coaching/Guide
Unlimited Video/Email Traffic


If Your Going To Do Something; Do It Right
CEO / Christopher K. Raymond


"Never Quit, Never Accept Defeat"


Once you hire us; you will for the rest of your life have a couch, guide to give guidance at any point in time. We do this because we firmly believe in "Leaving No One Behind". We also know what we produce is done correctly the first time and we live by that Standard.



We will analyze every aspect of your medical records, service records, after service medical conditions, and develop a plan of action to ensure you get every percentage allowed legally by law.

We will develop supporting evidence, secondary evidences, sworn statements, buddy letters, and a step-by-step walkthrough to ensure the submission is "Bullet Proof".



Once you hire us; you have access to unlimited video conversations by making an appointment through our site. If its an Emergency Question; you can email us or use our direct browser to reach us. Use your Client Order Number and we will look into supporting what ever situation your having a conflicting issue.

They Have Answered The Call' We Will Answer Theirs'

Prior service members have came before us and served our country without hesitation. They have experienced the difficulties that no Service Member should endure. We therefore have thought of a solution to cure those in need. I have personally witnessed the difficulties Veterans go through when they try to “figure out how the VA system works”. As I went through the VA Medical System I helped nearly everyone with their claim in some shape or form. 

The need is real. The Veterans are countless that do need assistance with their claims. Those in shelters, homeless, VA Hospitals, or housing need our support. Donating will benefit them greatly for the rest of there lives. Your donation is not just fixing a “one day problem”. Your donations will fix Veterans for the rest of their lives. The benefits these Veterans get will be life changing. 

VA GURU – (CEO – Christopher K. Raymond) 


What Veteran Hundo Club

Can do For you

We are a Global Company. Our service area is the fifty States, territories and OCONUS. We want to be the most prestigious organization to help Veterans Become The One Percent’. We listen to your issue, present a solution, and upon agreement make a highly qualified plan to implement that would benefit you the most. 

We do not cut corners. We educate each Veteran explaining the ins and outs of Disability Compensation. We do this throughout the entire process and invest as much time as needed or desired to ensure you understand the procedures to get results. 

We invest into our employees so they have all the tools needed to help you, the Veteran, get the results you deserve. If requested, a supervisor will join the meetings to ensure everything goes exactly to procedures.

  1. We ensure you feel comfortable and relaxed 
  2. Help you become more knowledgeable about everything there is to learn about Veteran Claims
  3. Educate about Disability Compensation
  4. Educate about Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)
  5. Educate about Special Monthly Compensation (SMC),
  6. Educate about Claims Based On Special Circumstances

We offer a LIFETIME VALUE that will change your life:

  1. Economically (VA Benefits, State and Federal)
  2. Physically (medical treatment)
  3. Spiritually (piece of mind)
  4. Emotionally (less stress)
  5. Socially (join The Hundo club)

What does joining the World’s Most Prestigious Club Hundo Club The One Percent’ Cost?

PENNIES TO THE DOLLAR” – Your higher education bill from college cost you a-lot more than what we offer. 

  • Everyday you wait to start your claim process costs you money and benefits. It must be addressed right now. Would you leave over $ 1,900,000 + in the Government Banks? No right? Let us begin.
  • The offer we produce is as “hands free” as humanly and legally as possible. As we are a guide, educational based organization and personal story tellers we show step-by-step process to getting what you deserve. We resolve the anxiety that comes with VA Claims process. 
  • We produce promised benefits. We give Free Consultations and Lifetime Service as well as Membership to Veteran Hundo Club Social Networking Platform for life. We are sure that our promise to produce results are trustful. If your case is special we will give special attention to it. Nothing is “Beyond The Call Of Duty” for us. If your in question if we can produce the results you need; book a Free Consultation and let us teach you. We offer our consultation free because we know when you listen to us solve your issue or problem you will feel 100% comfortable with what we can do for you.
    • If something gives 10 X times the value it is a known fact that someone will buy that product (example’s: a washer machine, refrigerator, real estate agent etc.)
    • We want to offer our services at an aim to give 100 X times more value to you. Our Hundo Club Fee (Veteran Hundo Club Includes – Service Assistance, Educational Training, Personnel Time (step-by-step process / walkthrough),  PRIORITY MEMBERSHIP  – Veteran Hundo Club Social network platform are all included in our package deal. We do this to be able to assist as many Veterans as possible. 
    •  Veteran Hundo Club Social Club (Networking Platform) is FREE, FOREVER for Every Veteran. Being part of of our “CLUB MEMBERSHIP – PRIORITY MEMBER” you will get priority assistance. It’s a Perk of BECOMING THE ONE PERCENT’. Welcome to the World’s Most Exclusive Club.
      • We do not produce “buyers Remorse.” We only produce WINS, WINS, WINS.

We want you know that other options are available to you. We encourage you to use all your tools in a “combination.” Use everything at your disposal because this is a “One Shot Deal.” If your a New Case and have not filed yet we cannot say this enough.


If you have a claim already and need supplementary case work we can also assist in that issue. REPRESENTATIVES:

Are just paper pushers. They do not guide you on “HOW or WHY” to do it (educate).

Seen First Hand Example At The VA:  

“What do you want to do? Here is a VA document, fill it out and I will file it. Make an appointment next week to bring it back to me. Oh, I will be on vacation.”

No explanations on “why” or what it changes. They did absolutely nothing for those Veterans. If anything, they made his claim worse and process slower.


Law firms do there best but do not have first hand experience. They take 33% of your claim plus upfront costs. After they provide their service they charge again. Also most never served, experienced the VA system or know its flaws.



Many factors affect the VA benefits that a veteran receives, so it’s essential to seek help with your VA disability claim.

You can get help at, a law firm or an experienced specialty company that has gone through the entire process (RECOMMENDED:  Military Service, VA Health Facilities, and Processing Claims) with us at VETERAN HUNDO CLUB LLC. 

Veteran Hundo Club LLC can help you navigate your disability rating and to secure as many benefits as possible as listed below.

Our team offers a free consultation.

At Veteran Hundo Club once you become a client we will support your cases for the rest of your life. No other company, legal advisor, or VA representative comes close to what we offer. We aim to have every Veteran part of Veteran Hundo Club Social.



Begin Your Process Now. Use this link to open an INTENT TO FILE via

That’s right. It will only cost you 0.068% of your lifetime income (VA Disability) to join Veteran Hundo Club to educate and guide you to get the money you deserve.

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ANSWER:  How long is an average term of service? While total length of service commitment varies based on Service branch need and occupational specialty, a first term is generally four years of active duty followed by four years in a Reserve unit or Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).


ANSWER: The current life expectancy for U.S. in 2023 is 79.11 years, a 0.08% increase from 2022.


ANSWER: We used the handy dandy Google Calculator! 

So the CEO is 34 years old. At a life expectancy of 79 years old that’s 45 years he will continue to live. 

So if we carry the 1, add and subtract at the same time…. do some multiplication or division… we mix them up first…. not sure…. and/or add that stuff together we get a big number; right?

Imagine The Brain Crunching Numbers (OUCH; PAINFUL)  




ANSWER: According to my Albert Einstein Mathematics…

$ 4064 a Month Tax Free (x) 12 months A Year (x) 45 years of Expected Life

= $ 2, 194, 560 USD

$ 2, 194, 560 divided by $ 1,499.990.0683503755 %


0.0683503755 %

Now who wants to be a Millionaire?

This is why we explained it to you. This does not count all the countless benefits your also entitled to such as interest, medical, educational benefits, housing, Federal and State benefits, tax reductions and more. Now that is cheap even to our Standards. 

The only question now is…. “where do you sign, right?”

Below are the types of

compensations we assist

VA disability compensation provides monthly benefits to Veterans in recognition of the effects of disabilities, diseases, or injuries incurred or aggravated during active military service. The program also provides monthly payments to surviving spouses, dependent children, and dependent parents in recognition of the economic loss caused by a Veteran’s death during military service or, after discharge from military service, as a result of a service-connected disability. A summary of VA’s disability compensation programs is below.

A tax-free monetary benefit paid to Veterans with disabilities that are the result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service. The benefit amount is graduated according to the degree of the Veteran’s disability on a scale from 10 percent to 100 percent (in increments of 10 percent). Compensation may also be paid for disabilities that are considered related or secondary to disabilities occurring in service and for disabilities presumed to be related to circumstances of military service, even though they may arise after service. Generally, the degrees of disability specified are also designed to compensate for considerable loss of working time from exacerbations or illnesses.

Learn more about Disability Compensation

DIC is a tax-free monetary benefit generally payable to a surviving spouse, child, or parent of Servicemembers who died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training, or to survivors of Veterans who died from their service-connected disabilities. Parents DIC is an income-based benefit for parents who were financially dependent on of a Servicemember or Veteran who died from a service-related cause.

Learn more about DIC and Parents DIC

SMC is an additional tax-free benefit that can be paid to Veterans, their spouses, surviving spouses and parents. For Veterans, Special Monthly Compensation is a higher rate of compensation paid due to special circumstances such as the need of aid and attendance by another person or by specific disability, such as loss of use of one hand or leg. For spouses and surviving spouses, this benefit is commonly referred to as aid and attendance and is paid based on the need of aid and attendance by another person.

Learn more about Special Monthly Compensation

Veterans may be eligible for other types of disability compensation once a disability has been determined to be service connected. Special VA disability compensation programs include: individual unemployability, automobile allowance, clothing allowance, pre-stabilization, hospitalization, convalescence, dental, and birth defects.

Learn more about Special Claims

types of

Benefits We Get You

Type of Disability Percentage of Veterans with Disability

  1. Tinnitus 24.9%
  2. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 23.2%
  3. Hearing Loss 18.3%
  4. Scars 9.7%
  5. Limitation of Knee Flexion 8.8%
  6. Lumbosacral or Cervical Strain 7.7%
  7. Limitation of Motion of Ankle 7.3%
  8. Migraine 6.9%
  9. Limitation of Motion of Hip 6.8%
  10. Degenerative Arthritis of the Spine 6.1%

100 percent Disabled Veterans meet the eligibility requirements for Health Care Priority Group 1, which is the highest priority group available. There are a number of benefits that come with this group such as:

Preventative care
Hospitalizations and some inpatient services
Dependent health care
Medically related travel benefits
Dental care
Vision care and hearing aids
No Cost Healthcare and Prescription Medications

This is a huge benefit for 100 percent disabled veterans, which includes free health care within the VA health care system for disability conditions related to military service. This applies to disabled veterans with at least a 50% rating. 100% disabled veterans receive completely free VA care, with services including and not limited to:

  • Emergency care
  • Preventative care
  • Primary care
  • Specialty care
  • Mental health
  • services
  • Home health care
  • Dental and vision care
  • Geriatrics and extended care
  • Medical equipment
  • Prosthetics
  • Nursing home placement
  • Medically related travel benefits
  • Hearing aids

The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) is a health insurance benefits program where the VA shares the cost of certain health care supplies and services with eligible beneficiaries. If you are 100 percent permanently and totally disabled according to the VA, then your dependents qualify for completely free civilian healthcare.

  • Dental Care

Dental care benefits are available to those with a service-connected disability rated at 100 percent, or receive Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) due to their service-connected disabilities.

The eligibility for dental benefits is categorized by class. The class for totally disabled veterans is Class IV, and you would be eligible for any needed dental care.

  • Vision Care

The VA is also able to cover the cost for eyeglasses, routine eye examinations and preventative care. In order to receive these benefits, you must have a compensable service-connected disability, or a former POW, or were awarded a purple heart, or received an increased pension due to current housebound status.

The VA can pay for basic optometry services if you already have established healthcare benefits with the VA. You can also receive visual rehabilitation or advanced eye care services for low vision and blindness.

  • Hearing Care
    In order to receive hearing aids or other assisted hearing devices, you must qualify for VA healthcare benefits. You can schedule an appointment to be evaluated by an audiologist. The audiologist will make a clinical determination on the need for hearing aids/devices.

If you have a 100 percent disability rating (not temporary or IU), you will qualify for FREE VA dental care, vision care and hearing aid services.

The VA is authorized to provide eligible disabled veterans and other beneficiaries related to those veterans, travel coverage for:

  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Common Carrier costs (i.e, plane, train, bus, etc.)
  • transportation (i.e. ambulance)
  • Transportation to and from the VA or a non VA health care system facility for medical examinations, treatment and care
  • In 2022, the current VA travel pay reimbursement rate is 41.5 cents ($0.415) per mile for approved, health related travel.

VA Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU), is an extra scheduler benefit for qualifying disabled veterans to be paid at the 100% disability rate, even if they may be below 100 percent. While this isn’t a “traditional” 100 VA disability benefit, we listed this as a 100 VA Disability benefit because it basically acts as such.

Generally, you must be unable to maintain “substantially gainful employment” to qualify for TDIU. You may be able to qualify for this regardless of your VA disability rating.

Disabled veterans may be eligible for 0, 5, or 10-point Federal hiring preference in competitive appointments. They may also be scheduled for non competitive appointments when they are eligible by law.

A Direct-Hire Authority (DHA) is an authority that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) can give to federal agencies for filling vacancies during critical hiring times/shortages. Veterans preference does not apply when selecting candidates under DHA.

Some companies also offer what is called Expedited Hiring Authority (EHA) for critically manned career fields, such as Defense Federal Acquisitions positions.

When a veteran passes, the surviving disabled veterans family members are entitled to survivors pension, also referred to as “death pension.”

The VA calculates this pension according to countable family income, but also disability and retirement payments, therefore a 100 percent disabled veteran would be getting the maximum benefit, and subsequently a higher survivors pension.

The TRICARE program provides comprehensive health care coverage, including health care plans, prescription medications, dental plans and programs for people with special needs for dependents. The program may also reimburse inpatient and outpatient services, medical equipment, nursing care, and mental health care.

The Chapter 35 benefits program, also known as the Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA) program, offers benefits to eligible dependents of disabled veterans who are permanently and totally (100 percent) disabled due to a service-connected condition, and who are currently receiving TDIU benefits or died while on active duty.

These dependents can receive up to 35 months of full-time or equivalent benefits for:

Technical or vocational training
Independent study
Online distance learning
Correspondence courses
High School diploma or GED programs
Educational and career counseling programs
Up to $5,000 Per Year Folds of Honor Educational Scholarship
The Folds of Honor foundation offers two scholarship programs for dependents of disabled veterans.

Higher Education Scholarship (first bachelor degree or post-secondary certification)
Both of these scholarships are based on “unmet need” and can be valued up to $5,000. The scholarship can be used to fund any educational expenses, from tuition to books and other fees.

Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E), provides job training and other services to eligible veterans with service-connected disabilities to help prepare them for and maintain employment or achieve independent daily living.

An eligible veteran is one with a service-connected disability rating of at least 20 percent with an employment handicap, or rated at 10 percent with a serious employment handicap.

Disabled Veterans with a VA disability rating of 10 percent or higher, qualify for a waiver of the VA home loan funding fee.

The VA funding fee applies to the VA loan amount, NOT the purchase price of the home.

But, if you have a service-connected disability rating of 10% or higher, you are exempt from the VA home loan funding fee.

Veterans may also use the Veterans Benefits Banking Program (VBBP) to identify and open an account at a participating bank or credit union, available to help find a financial institution easier. They can ensure you get paid faster, safer and with fewer fees.

Special Restorative Training or Special Vocational Training, helps dependents of the Chapter 35 benefits overcome or lessen the effects of physical or mental disabilities. This is to help work toward goals that are educational or training related.

This relatively new program, discharges the Federal Student Loan debt of veterans who are totally and permanently disabled with a 100 percent P&T VA rating, or who have a 100 percent Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) status.

Note: If you are a veteran with a 100 percent scheduler VA disability rating (neither P&T or TDIU status apply), you may still be eligible for the Disabled Veteran Student Loan Forgiveness.

Most states offer property tax exemptions for disabled veterans. Some states even have a full waiver of property taxes for 100 percent disabled veterans. Not all states offer the same tax breaks, but it’s good to check with your state county tax assessor’s office to see if you qualify for any benefits. You may end up saving a lot of money every year.

A surviving dependent can qualify for allowances to help pay for burial and funeral costs for a disabled veteran. If the veteran died of a service-connected disability ON or AFTER September 11, 2001, the maximum VA burial benefit allowance is $2,000 or $1,500 for a Veteran who died BEFORE September 11, 2001.

Veterans who have a 100 percent disability rating, their dependents and unmarried surviving spouses are entitled to unlimited commissary and exchange store privileges. The VA can aid in completing a DD Form 1172, Application for Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card, which you will need to access these benefits.

The Aid and Attendance Program is a VA pension program that covers the cost of daily living for housebound veterans or those who may be in nursing homes. These benefits are a part of the special monthly compensation, added to the monthly VA Pension for qualified veterans and their survivors.

This program provides insurance for disabled veterans who have service-connected disability ratings from zero to 100. Totally disabled veterans who are unable to work may be able to apply for additional coverage, outside of the up to $10,000 RH insurance program, of up to an additional $30,000.

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a FREE resource for veterans who generally make $56,000 a year or less. These volunteers help with free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing.

100 percent disabled veterans can fly Space Available flights or Space-A flights for free. The Space-A Program sills extra seating capacity on DoD aircrafts.

Air Mobility Command (AMC) has an extensive network of flights throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, Guam and American Samoa.

You will need to obtain a DD Form 2765, Department of Defense/Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card before taking a flight.

You may be able to get an SAH grant if you are using the money to buy, build or change your permanent home (a home you plan to live in for a long time) and you meet these requirements:

Own or will own the home, and
Have a qualifying service-connected disability
Current grant offered: up to $100,896

Special Home Adaptation (SHA)
You may be able to get an SHA grant if you’re using the grant money to buy, build or change your permanent home (a home you plan to live in for a long time) and you meet these requirements:

You or a family member will own the home, and
You have a qualifying service-connected disability
Current grant offered: up to $20,215

This grant program is available to veterans and service members who have been rated eligible for the Specially Adapted Housing section (SAH) or the Special Home Adaptation section (SHA) grant on a one time basis.

The grant is intended to assist eligible veterans adapt a family member’s home to meet the veteran’s special needs.

Veterans may us up to $14,000 of the maximum loan amount for a SAH grant and $2,000 of the maximum amount for an SHA grant.

The VA may provide a one-time payment of no more than $21,488.29 to help you purchase a specially-equipped vehicle.

In special circumstances, one or more adaptive equipment grants to change a vehicle may be awarded.

You must be a service-connected disabled veteran to receive this payment.

If your clothing has been damaged by a medical device or by medications you may be taking, you may be able to get money every year to help purchase new clothes. This is a disability compensation benefit known as an annual clothing allowance.

Both of these must be true in order to receive this benefit:

Your device or medication must cause damage to your clothes, and
You need this device or medication because of an injury or illness related to a service-connected event

Short-term financial support to help eligible service members recover from a severe injury. If you were covered by SGLI and experienced a traumatic injury while in active military service, you can file for TSGLI or appeal a past decision.

One of the unique perks on this list, is a year-round National Parks pass that will get you into any National Park in the United States. Here’s some more information about the pass:

A free, lifetime pass, plus a $10 handling fee.
May also be obtained free in person at a federal recreation site.
Provides entrance or access to pass owners and accompanying passengers in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle at Federal operated recreation sites across the country.
Photo identification may be required to verify ownership.
Passes are NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-TRANSFERABLE, and cannot be replaced.
The cost of obtaining an Access Pass through the USGS is ten dollars ($10).
At many sites the Access Pass provides the pass owner a discount on Expanded Amenity Fees (such as camping, swimming, boat launching, and guided tours).

The VA offers urgent care services to eligible veterans at a VA medical center or at in-network urgent care clinics.

Another unique benefit that made this list, is the Shades of Green Resort in Walt Disney World, Florida. This resort offers the opportunity for veterans who have received an honorable discharge to have an opportunity to vacation at the resort between January and September.

There are multiple state benefits available to 100 percent disabled veterans. Each state has its own set of benefits and can range from health care benefits, hunting and fishing license exemptions, free passes to state parks and property tax exemption. You can also be eligible for specialized license plates.


The system we apply works. At no time HTTPS://WWW.HUNDOCLUB.NET do we lie or de-fraud the Government. We aim at getting you what you deserve. 

Become a lifetime member by Registering at HTTPS://WWW.HUNDOCLUB.NET and we will begin your in processing.

If your underrated, have no rating, still in Military Service, or just curious; book an appointment without obligation. We personally take every case as though its our very own.

I have had countless people ask for my assistance to help them with their cases. That is why VETERAN HUNDO CLUB was created. My system is full proof. Be aware’ we try to “turn water into wine”.

You need to have something we can work with to turn it into a completed product that will benefit you.

The difference between what we do and what other companies, lawyers and veteran representatives failed to do is simple. We speak the language of The Department of Veteran Affairs. Example: If one person is speaking Chinese and another person English would they communicate effectively? No. What we do is speak the language of The Veteran Affairs and they receive us better. We give them what they are asking for. We ensure that your case has no holes or doubt that the mental or physical damage your suffering from was caused by the United States Armed Forces.

We are a team of Veterans, medically disabled persons. Our providers are Military affiliated in one way or another. The CEO – Christopher K. Raymond has experience  from Active Military Service, His own case which went to the Pentagon for Judgement (In favor), dealing with VA representatives that did nothing for his case, going through the VA Medical Treatment Facilities for PTSD or have a vision that what he was applying for. What you are “entitled for based upon applicable laws of The United States Government”.

We offer free consultations to examine and hear each individual case. I know it can be uncomfortable to speak about PTSD events, major depressive disorders, physical disorders and the alike and its something we just have to accept that its part of our lives now. We can only help you once your ready to share some of the most difficult and traumatic events that happened in your life. Everything shared is strictly confidential. 


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