- Report: #965766
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Complaint Review: Washington National Insurance long term care
Washington National Insurance long term careP.O 41090 Rochester, New York United States of America
Washington National Insurance long term care Hire Family Progressive Multiple Sclerosis since 1996 Rochester, New York
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My past caregivers were professional and skilled in exercise physical for balance and leg strength. However I called a former caregiver for a recommendation and did not have a referral. I was stuck with strangers who were not skilled. The first, Crystal Bernier, mother of 9year old and unavailable times requested was hired 4/15/2012 to 4/28/2012. The second Velma Aguilar 4/21/2012 to6/30/2012 who stole $200, broke dehumidifier, bedroom lamp and 2 outdoor oil lamps for bugs.
I complained to Hire family almost each day and when they were fired I called and told Kathleen Rooney, case advisor to warn her but to no avail. When they both were let go, Bernier wrote a letter that WN would send to me, that she did not work the 13hrs a day and the other called with a complaint too.
I have 2 threatening letters letters from WN insurance. The first was signed by Vice President Regulatory
Angela Hoteling, second(who got a raise) to Regulatory)Jennifer Obstaczyk, former care advisor.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/07/2012 12:40 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Washington-National-Insurance-long-term-care/Rochester-New-York-14604/Washington-National-Insurance-long-term-care-Hire-Family-Progressive-Multiple-Sclerosis-si-965766. 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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