• Report: #821678
Complaint Review:

National Better Living Association

  • Submitted: Thu, January 12, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, January 12, 2012

  • Reported By: HON1 — Union New Jersey United States of America
National Better Living Association
6470 E. John Crossing Ste. 170 Duluth, Georgia United States of America

National Better Living Association NBLA They lied about my coverage and left me owing thousands of dollars to Summit Medical Group. Duluth, Georgia

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In 2009 I applied for health insurance with National Better Living Association, I was led to believe that this company provided health insurance and that their program was not a medical discount program.  Upon speaking with an agent, I gave all the pertinent information such as existing conditions.  I asked about prescription coverage and was told that that was part of the health insurance plan.  I also gave all the pre-existing condtions I had.  And I was assured of full coverage and that I did not have a co-pay and that I had emergency room coverage as well. In 2011 I go to the doctor and am told that I have to pay for the visit and any test that were needed.  I called NBLA and was told that I no longer had a full coverage plan, that I should have received a letter stating this.  I said that I did not and that they were still taking out a total of 564.00 from my account for coverage.  I was told by a  Scott Palmer that they were not taking out that amount any longer and that I was sent a letter stating that I no longer had full coverage.  I never received any such letter and now I am left with a bill in the amount of 5,000.00 with Summit Medical Group, which I am paying off a little at a time. 

I presently have other health insurance, but they need a certification that I had prior coverage with pre-existing conditions.  This company is one of the worse companies I have ever dealt with.  I would never recommend them to anyone.

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