Are medically discharged service members eligible for USAA?
UPDATED: Aug 20, 2018
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Asked August 20, 2018
The short answer to your question is probably, however there are further questions you need to consider. USAA does not base their membership upon your medical status. If you were Active Duty and Honorably discharged, you have access to USAA membership, as well s your immediate family. There are of course caveats and exceptions for every situation. For example, if you are looking to join USAA for a checking or savings account, that will be a simple and straightforward process. However, with the many services that USAA offers, not all will be so easy to obtain. USAA offers medical insurance, and while they are a non-discriminating company, like any insurance company they have limits and rates for each individual person based on pre-existing health conditions and lifestyles. Your best approach in this situation is to contact USAA. I myself have an account with them and they are always friendly and helpful. You can reach them at usaa.com or by calling (800) 531-8722.
Answered August 21, 2018 by pbanion