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Ieee Cigna Group Health Insurance / Deceptive marketing practices!

1 United States Review updated:

I have had Cigna group insurance with the IEEE for over 15 years. In December 2006, CIGNA determined that all members plus their dependents will be forced out of the group when the member turns 65, without regard to the age or health of the dependents. My 63 year wife will be forced out of insurance and into the state high risk pool. No delay time, no COBRA, just out. The risk pool is high cost, high deductible, and low coverage and will not cover her bipolar condition.

An IEEE member for over 38 years

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  • Jo
      20th of Sep, 2008
    0 Votes

    Sorry to hear about that...however CIGNA terminates coverage when someone is approved for Medicare. If the prime holder on the account is able to get medicare the plan is stopped unless you pay for retiree accounts. However dependents (children) are only allowed until 23 if they are full time students.

  • Ki
      8th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    i will that enough people would come forth to majorly move on this company cigna. multiplied thousands have been unfaairl and unjustly shafted to increase a bottom line. I say let's STAND UP CORPORATELY! I am ready to launch an all out assault through media, paper, etc. Who is with me?

  • Ul
      31st of Oct, 2018
    0 Votes
    Cigna - Health insurance
    United States

    My husband has been paying premiums and was even issued a card- and Cigna says he has no coverage! What a scam! I hope there is a class action soon!

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