Report: #286519

Complaint Review: National Health Care Discount, Inc.

  • Submitted: Sat, November 24, 2007
  • Updated: Sun, November 25, 2007
  • Reported By: Jackson Georgia
  • National Health Care Discount, Inc.
    6520 W 110th Street, Suite 202
    Overland Park, Kansas
    U.S.A.

National Health Care Discount, Inc. They are charging a dead person a premium and taking it out of my checking account!!! I can't seem to get the automatic withdrawls to stop and my bank says I have to contact NHCD,Inc Overland Park Kansas

*Consumer Comment: A couple of options...

*Consumer Comment: A couple of options...

*Consumer Comment: A couple of options...

*Consumer Suggestion: You can get a refund.

*Consumer Comment: Silly

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This company is taking advantage of my mother-in-law by charging her a premium for her dead husband. He has been gone for 5 years. The premium is automatically deducted from her checking account. The bank told her to contact the company. How can we get these people to stop taking health care premiums for a deceased person? Contacting them is a joke. I may as well be talking to a rock. Meanwhile, the $89.00 continues to be deducted from a dead person's wife's account.

Linda
Jackson, Georgia
U.S.A.
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#1 Consumer Comment

A couple of options...

AUTHOR: Striderq - (U.S.A.)

Just telling the bank to not allow the payments won't really do any good. However, you may want to consider a stop payment through your bank and filing a dispute for unauthorized transactions with the bank. Push come to shove, you can close that account and open a new one, that way the health care company won't have the numbers to take any more payments.
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#2 Consumer Comment

A couple of options...

AUTHOR: Striderq - (U.S.A.)

Just telling the bank to not allow the payments won't really do any good. However, you may want to consider a stop payment through your bank and filing a dispute for unauthorized transactions with the bank. Push come to shove, you can close that account and open a new one, that way the health care company won't have the numbers to take any more payments.
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#3 Consumer Comment

A couple of options...

AUTHOR: Striderq - (U.S.A.)

Just telling the bank to not allow the payments won't really do any good. However, you may want to consider a stop payment through your bank and filing a dispute for unauthorized transactions with the bank. Push come to shove, you can close that account and open a new one, that way the health care company won't have the numbers to take any more payments.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

You can get a refund.

AUTHOR: Xeno - (U.S.A.)

If you can prove that the insurance company has been notified of cancelation. Then from that point to present, can be refunded.

and or

Just do what the person above me said.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Silly

AUTHOR: Susan - (U.S.A.)

Tell the bank the deduction is not allowed anymore is the first step and cancel the policy.

My guess is she never told the insurance company and doesn't look at her bank statements. He has been dead for 5 years and someone just noticed she was still paying for health insurance?

How is this the insurance companies fault?
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