As the founder of 1-844-Biomats I served over 13 years in the Navy and fully understands the scarifies that veterans and their families have made to ensure that we continue to enjoy the freedoms and privileges that are afford to us. I also realize that there are many Service members who have experienced and endured hardships in the line of duty that i was fortunate enough not to have to experience. So I personally want to thank you for your Service. Thankfully Richway also recognized and appreciates all that you have done and has recently offered a discount to our veterans.
When you contact us please ensure that you have proper documentation of Service. Whether it is Current Active duty, Reserves, Retired, or medically separated and with a status of General discharge or higher. While i fully support my fellow veterans and the family members who support them, I have no tolerance for anyone trying to “Steal Valor” for the sake of a discount. To many people gave up their lives, personal goals and wants, and blood sweat, and tears for that to be acceptable.
STOLEN VALOR IS A FEDERAL CRIME… AND ANYONE PRETENDING TO BE A VETERAN FOR THE SAKE OF A DISCOUNT WILL BE ACTIVELY REPORTED!!!
Stolen Valor Act of 2013
The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 (Pub.L. 113–12; H.R. 258) is a United States federal law that was passed by the 113th United States Congress. The law amends the federal criminal code to make it a crime for a person to fraudulently claim having received any of a series of particular military decorations with the intention of obtaining money, property, or other tangible benefit from convincing someone that he or she rightfully did receive that award. This law is a revised version of a previous one that was struck down by the Supreme Court of the United States in the case United States v. Alvarez for being an infringement of the constitutional right to freedom of speech.