Lowe's advertises a 10% veterans discount, yet the only way a veteran can get the discount is to present an active-duty, retired, reserve, or VA health system ID. Not all veterans have military ID's because they are out of the military with no reserve obligation at all.
Not all veterans are enrolled in the VA Healthcare System, because they do not have any service-connected disabilities, nor do they meet the low income required for a veteran (not service-Connected) to get VA healthcare. Why doesn't Lowe's just accept the Veteran's DD-214 with a photo ID which proves who the veteran is? I am a veteran's servcie officer, and I get at least 10 veterans a week who cannot get theis alleged discount, because of what Lowe's requires to prove you are a veteran.
I have gone around and around with Lowe's corporate on this issue, and they will not address it.
Monetary Loss: $10.