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AARP And United Health


Medicare part D

Complaint Rating:  88 % with 8 votes
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On Tuesday and again on Thursday I received a call from AARP and United Health collection division saying that I owed over $800.00 in back payments from 2006 to 2010. I have just had my Medicare reinstated thru Social Security Disability as of January 1, 2010. I was informed by Social Security Disability in writing that they were enrolled in part D thru AARP and United Health. Both these phone calls lasted approximately 45 minutes. When I informed the operator that I had not been enrolled in Social Security Disability or Medicare since 2005 thru 2010 because I had returned to work full time and I was ineligible to receive any these benefits. I informed the operator that I was receiving health care thru my employer.
The operator said that they had a signed application from me dated April 2006 for part D. I asked her if she could send me a copy of this application or a form to request a copy of this application I was to have signed so I could see if someone has stolen my identity. She said she could not find a copy of this application to send me but would try to find a copy. I had informed the operator that I have disliked the AARP organization for years and until Social Security informed me in December 2009 I have shred all AARP correspondence without opening until then. I have never been a member of AARP.
I informed the operator that without seeing the application that I was to have signed by me in April 2006 shoeing that I was to have enrolled in part D I was not going to pay the back payments. I did tell the operator I would pay from January 2010 when Social Security Disability informed me of my enrollment.
I have received notification in writing every time Social Security has changed any part of my benefits. I have never received a letter about enrollment in Medicare part D until December 2009. Either someone has stolen my I.D. or AARP and United Health are trying to pull a fast one.
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N  30th of Jan, 2011 by    0 Votes
Double check your records through Medicare. As a current employee of this plan, I can tell you that Medicare often signs people up for the plan, and the people have no idea. The person stealing your identity and Medicare number and using it to sign you up for part D plans is non other than Medicare itself.

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