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Military Super Scheme demands $140K from young father of 3 Shane, former infantryman 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

On Friday afternoon, Shane came home from shopping with his wife N.   Shane's been making a new life for himself, N and their 3 young boys (the youngest is 9 months old).   After Shane was injured during his military service, then discharged, he's dedicated himself to his family and to a new career as a tradie.   He and his wife N have bought their first home.  And he's done the right thing by the DVA and the Military Super Scheme - presented himself for every medical, complied with appointments, filled out the paperwork and has been paid the amounts that the schemes calculated he was owed.

That is until Friday when Shane received this curt note - I've taken Shane's details out, but the letter comes from this entity:

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And the body of the letter tells Shane he's now up for $147,000.   Immediately.   You can sense a little of the way a family man might feel about that letter by this photo - the late afternoon sun with long shadows and the note held in the hand of a proud working man.

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I spoke with Shane this afternoon.