Posted 27 May 2013 - 22:38
I don't get it. I have tried to get a Green Dot card for a long time. They keep saying they can't verify my identity, that their national database can't verify it. Why is this? I was born and raised in Oklahoma, I am a disabled Navy veteran, I receive benefits from the VA and Social Security from my late husband. I have a military I.D., and have used the VA health system for many years, I have a social security card, have rent in my name, utilities in my name, have a drivers license, and haven't ever been outside of the United States! How could a national database not have me in it, and Green Dot, and every other pre-paid card I have applied for, will not approve me because this database they use can't verify my identity. How do I get in that database? Where do I send all of my paperwork to verify my identity? I can't understand why I wouldn't be in there? I even tried Rush Card and have sent them what they asked 5 times, and they still won't give me a card. They keep saying they can't read the info. I can read it...it takes up an 8x10 piece of paper with my various I.D.s on it. It's like I am a nobody after 60 years living in this country. If I can't be verified, the there isn't any use in living, because I am nothing. Who would treat a disabled veteran this way!?!