Chryslers $500 Military service credit: Retired is NOT medically retired

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If you served in the military and retired (20 years) with an honorable discharge, you qualify for a $500 rebate.

If you exited the military less than 12 months ago with an honorable discharge, regardless of time in service, you qualify for a $500 rebate.

If you medically retired from the military more than 12 months ago, and have an honorable discharge, you do not qualify for a $500 rebate.

Apparently those of you that served in the military and were injured in the line of duty do not deserve the same recognition as those that served in the military and were not injured in the line of duty.

What you can expect from the dealership after providing a DD-214 that shows you are medically retired, after you have signed all the paperwork, after you have taken delivery of the Jeep TrailHawk, is a phone call from the salesperson demanding renegotiation of the contract.

At least that is what Faricy Brothers at +1-877-482-6750 expect.

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