- Report: #1156846
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Complaint Review: United Health Care
United Health CareNationwide USA
United Health Care AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Ripped Off For 3 years Paying For Insurance When Not On Medicare Nationwide
*Author of original report: AARP Medi-Gap Ins
*Consumer Comment: Here's from their website...
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This company United Healthcare sold me a Medicare-Medigap coverage for
$13.50 monthly for 3 years, starting in the state of Indiana, which I later moved to Tennessee, and discovered this insurance is useless unless your already receiving Medicare which I am NOT; I purchased the insurance feeling that I would have this coverage already in place once I did receive Medicare, since I am disabled. After doing some checking, I discovered this coverage is not at all what it claims- I cancelled coverage, and did not receive ANY refund of the premiums I paid into this plan, even though AARP and United health Care were well aware of my age at the time I took out the coverage, which I might add there was never any mention that it was necessarry to be on Medicare in order to obtain coverage. I discovered this insurance was worthless after an ER visit in 2012 before I moved. AARP nor United Healthcare bothered to refund any monies I paid in, they just sign up anyone and take your money. Had this company been up front with their requirements, I would not have purchased it; I planned to possiblty be ahead of things with having this in place when I do go on Medicare, however, I became disgusted with lack of response that I had paid for insurance the company had no right to accept my application as I was not on Medicare; All they did was send a sorry to see you go letter, & kept the money; I would tell anyone to not bother with this company, they pay nothing, and those I have spoken to who are on Medicare have said the same. It is inexpensive, because you have little to no coverage. Would have been professional if the company had stated I was uninsurable due to not being on Medicare, rather than take my money;
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/23/2014 12:10 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/United-Health-Care-/nationwide/United-Health-Care-AARP-Medicare-Supplement-Insurance-Plans-Ripped-Off-For-3-years-Pay-1156846. 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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