- Report: #874456
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Complaint Review: National Better Living Association
National Better Living AssociationP. O. box 1353 Chicago, Il 60690 Internet United States of America
National Better Living Association American Medical and LIfe Insurance Company False representation, every time you submit claim, pre-existing problems Internet, Internet
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Every time I would submit a claim, it always came back pre-existing condition, need more info.
I was told when inquiring about coverage, colonoscopy, mammagrams, and gyn visits were considered wellness visits, covered 100% unless there was a problem found during procedure. I contacted them prior to setting up my wellness visits, then I was informed that $50 was the only payment toward a colonoscopy!
At that time, I canceled my coverage and they tried to tell me that I had to give them 10 days written notice. I immediately faxed them a termination letter to cancel policy. Something I did learn, if you have a debit card attached to your payment plan, in order for them not to be able to take the payment, if you have cancel your card! I am so glad I have a great bank and this is what I had to do if order to make sure that did not take the payment!
What a poor company! I hope people will receive some compensation back for the hassle and payments they have had to put up with!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/26/2012 05:56 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Better-Living-Association/internet/National-Better-Living-Association-American-Medical-and-LIfe-Insurance-Company-False-repre-874456. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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