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CVSmedicare fraud

Yes, I would like to put in a complaint about the CVS Pharmacy Store 1614 located at 651 Carey Ave Wilkes-Barre, Pa. I am disabled since 1997, due to a industrial accident. I have Workers Compensation and Medicare. Two of my prescriptions are suppose to be paid by my Workers Compensation, instead they were being charged to Medicare, and I was being charged a co payment for the past couple of years. I went to the pharmacy and was told that there records doesn't show any Workers Compensation information. I called the CVS main office and was told they have my Workers Compensation records. Express Scripts, which is the Workers Compensation was paying for the scripts until about 2 years ago, then CVS started charging Medicare, and charging me a co-payment, which I should never have been charged. I would like to know how to report CVS for Medicare fraud.
My name is:
Richard Habel
233 Nesbitt St
Plymouth, Pa. 18651
Phone: [protected]

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  • Kr
    KROGER 18 BILLION RIP-OFF Apr 20, 2011

    A FEW WEEKS AGO KROGER STORE TERRE HAUTE IN HAD AN AD PAGES SAYING AT THE TOP>FREE 25 $ GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR YOUR PRESCRIPTION TRANSFER. GREAT I THOUGHT, BUT TOO UNMENTIONED THE REQUIREMENT WAS TO BUY THE MEDICINE TOO, TRANSFER IS TRANSFER, RIGHT? AND THE 25$ GIFT CARD WAS TO BE PUT ON YOUR PREFERED CUSTOMER CARD. THEY DON'T LOOSE ANYTHING THEY MAKE IT SPENDABLE ONLY AT KROGER. AND TOO, SINCE THEIR PROFIT WAS 18 BILLION THEY COULD HAVE GIVEN IT AWAY NO PRESCRIPTION. AND TOO, MOST PAY 25$ ON ANY PRESCRIPTION. LOST ZIP TO THEM. AND WHAT BETTER WHEN PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING. KEN NEWLIN TERRE HAUTE IN

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  • Sa
    saradam Mar 03, 2010

    gotta agree that it's your fault. You are the one that's supposed to know what your insurance is not the pharmacy. You mist be pretty stupid to pay for your prescriptions when it's supposed to be covered by workers compensation.

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  • Ed
    EducatedConsumer Feb 22, 2010

    Richard,

    Google Caremark complaint and check all the links to the complaints filed by the Attorney Generals of multiple states against Caremark. The complaints include Medicare fraud by Caremark in 2008.

    Again, ConnorsMommy has her wise ### comment about people who have disabilities. Looks like you're too busy on this site with your ugly assuming comments. I feel sorry for Connor if you are his mommy. God be with him.

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  • Co
    ConnorsMommy Jan 27, 2010

    UM, that would be YOUR fault for NOT letting your pharmacy know that it should have gone under workman's comp.
    You got the meds for free, what are you whining about anyway?????

    So yeah. the pharmacy is NOT PSYCHIC and does not know if you have workman's comp UNLESS YOU TELL THEM.
    if you tell them, YOU MUST ALSO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON the workman's comp policy carrier, date of injury, etc.

    Looks like you were too busy sitting on your butt getting free medications to do any leg work on this. ugh.

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