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Does xpos know when I'm feeling good about myself?

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thebighurt posted 3/28/2014 01:54 AM

Last week I posted how great I'm feeling and celebrating being rid of xpos. (http://www.survivinginfidelity.com/forums.asp?tid=526415) A lot of it has to do with being totally NC.

So what do I get today? An EOB stating that the moron xpos tried to use MY health insurance for HIS doctor visit! And this isn't the first time. Last year I got one saying his ambulance call was denied.

There is hopefully a bright side to this, however. Each EOB states that this is the only notice that will be sent on this and it rejects the claim because he is not on my insurance. This means he did not get the explanation and HE will be billed for the full amount of the visit as he would have for the ambulance call.

Since he does not follow up on anything like this, he will likely just pay the bill and be out the money that would be paid by HIS insurance if he submits it. I was always the one who understood them and straightened things out. He would just pay a bill that came because it was too much trouble to make calls to fix it. I can only hope.

MovingUpward posted 3/28/2014 07:16 AM

Sounds like someone who has been too lazy to update the insurance records at his docs. Continue to just laugh at it and try not to let it get you down.

thebighurt posted 3/28/2014 12:17 PM

The doctor he saw asks for info each time you go in. I can't imagine why he wouldn't make the correction.

I did get a good laugh from the ambulance one because the amount rejected was nearly a thousand dollars! I hope he paid that one out of pocket.

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