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Military service validation impossible and illegal. Help VZW

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I recently found out, like many others, that my military service must be validated in order to maintain a service discount. However, Email validation with a .gov address does not work. The alternative is to validate with a pay stub. Active duty military no longer receive pay stubs of any sort, it's simply displayed online. Given these two scenarios, we are told to scan and fax our military ID. However, photocopying of U.S. Government identification cards is a violation of Title 18, U.S. Code Part I, Chapter 33, Section 701 and is punishable by fine and imprisonment.

This leaves us no legal way to apply for the 15% discount Verizon advertises and has always provided for those who serve. Can a Verizon representative please tell us how to legally apply for the discount advertised?

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Flite wrote:

The alternative is to validate with a pay stub. Active duty military no longer receive pay stubs of any sort, it's simply displayed online.

Print out the displayed pay stub and submit it. Active duty military is NOT the only employer which no longer provides a paper pay stub. Printing the electronic pay stub and submitting it is acceptable.

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I'm not in the military myself, but you should still have access to your electronic pay statements if you do not receive them in paper form.  

Doing a little bit of research, it appears you can also validate using a civillian welfare fund card.

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Flite wrote:

The alternative is to validate with a pay stub. Active duty military no longer receive pay stubs of any sort, it's simply displayed online.

Print out the displayed pay stub and submit it. Active duty military is NOT the only employer which no longer provides a paper pay stub. Printing the electronic pay stub and submitting it is acceptable.

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Flite, I understand your dilemma and we want to make sure that you keep your discount. As rschnoor mentioned, you can print out your pay info online and then upload it. We also have an employment verification team that can assist with options at 800-890-8007.

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