[Resolved] Doctors Networkphone call harrassment

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I have been receiving calls from "Doctors Network" every day for several weeks. The number that shows on the caller id is [protected]. When I pick up the call, there is no one there. When I try to return the call, I hear a beep and then I'm disconnected. It's driving me crazy! How do I get these calls to stop? Thank you.

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  • Sc
    Scampers Mama Feb 03, 2011
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    Same experience here. Very annoying! I didn't see that anyone had any answers or advice on this, though. Has anyone found the solution?

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  • Ca
    CaptainChaos46 Feb 23, 2011

    just happened to me. Sick of it!!!

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  • Fu
    Funnier May 23, 2012

    I've blocked their number. It kept calls away for two or three days, then it started back up from a different number. I'm sure if I block that number it will start coming from yet a different number. It's really pissing me off. I work until the wee hours of the morning and they start calling at 8am when I'm tying to sleep. They never leave a message and there's no website to check them out. That's hardly a legit business in this day and age.

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  • Ca
    caretakergene Aug 24, 2012

    I have had several different phone numbers of theirs pop up on my caller id. It's really starting to piss me off. This last one called from 1-317-559-5648. And from Indianapolis. I'm tired from hearing from these Network idiots. I have had to block them at least 6 times, and yet they call again. I'm so tired of these idiots calling me.

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  • Ju
    Julze Jun 11, 2018

    @caretakergene Have them put you on the do not call list

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  • Or
    orangemeercat443 Jun 16, 2019

    @caretakergene I also got several calls from this number since 3 days ago. I've just Googled up the number and found a report filed under that number at https://www.whycall.me/317-559-5648.html. I wonder why these scammers are still using this trick to fool us. I have blocked the number and report it to the FTC, though.

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  • Wi
    winter04 May 13, 2015
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    They call me, and I blocked them but they will call back with another number, no doubt. I can block 250 calls on my phone, so that is what I will do.Just keep blocking them, they will go away eventually. Put your phone on silent mode so you can sleep in the morning, and don't let these people get to you.

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  • Gi
    Ginger Davis Forbes Feb 18, 2016
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    I know these posts are a couple years old, but I just got this call from a UT 801 number. 801.742.8922 They tell me it's the Doctors Network and they work with my Insurance company. Then he tells me that there are some new compound medications available that I should try and proceeds to ask questions about my medications, pain, allergies etc. I was very vague on my answers, told him I thought he was scamming me. Kept telling me that the notes would be sent to the physician and they would decide if these new compounds would work for me. I told him that my doctor already knew that info and that if I needed something he would take care of it. He went on to say that these notes wouldn't go to my doctor, but to this network physician to review. After a few more questions to which I answered no, he told me they couldn't help me and hung up. While I am on the phone with him I started searching to see what I could find and came across this board. I knew it was crap when he started talking. Hopefully they won't call me again.

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    Julze Jun 11, 2018

    @Ginger Davis Forbes They do not work with your insurance they work with members of ppos to let you know about new covered benefits and if they tell you anything different it isn't true and if you don't want them to call ask to be put on the do not call list and they only work from 9 to 6 mon thru friday

    5 Votes
  • Cm
    cmf12374 Nov 05, 2018

    @Julze I have received 10 phone calls and ask them to stop calling. they claim they do not have a do not call list and that they will keep calling until I listen to their updates which I bogus. It is pure harassment and it needs to end. When you threaten to report them they say go ahead it won't stop them. I have blocked them and they still keep calling from different numbers. By law in Texas if you request someone to stop calling you they have to abide by it. Apparently these idiots think they are above the law but not for long because I have now reported them to the Texas Attorney General!

    5 Votes
  • Ca
    CAuggie Nov 16, 2018

    @cmf12374 @ReneaP I received my benefits from the doctor's network and i am very happy!! It didn't cost and it didn't make any changes to my plan!! Very satisfied!!!

    10 Votes
  • Al
    Alwin92 Dec 19, 2018

    @cmf12374 The will not stop this way..actually I know how to stop them 100%

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    Alwin92 Dec 19, 2018

    @cmf12374 Sir, I know how to stop them 100%

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  • Kl
    k.l. Best Mar 16, 2016
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    Ive gotten calls two days in a row Claiming how they work with my insurance company. This last time I baited them and told them that I do insurance processing and have never processed one claim under this name. Not a total lie...I have 20 years medical experience. They said that they are a private company and they work with other insurance companies whose services are paid for from private funds. I.E. that means they take YOUR money and claim to provide additional services for you that your doctor or insurance company may not know about. Excuse me, EVERY time I am in a doctor office for myself or for someone else, there are pharmaceutical or insurance reps waiting to speak with one of the doctors or practice managers. I am sure I will get 3-4 more calls from these people and feed them another line, like the Court system ruled me incompetent to make decision on my own behalf because I am a ward or the state or somebody else's dependent. That usually makes these type of calls go away.
    Don't by into it! these are SCAM calls.

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  • Ja
    Jason Hernandez Apr 24, 2016
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    This "Doctors Network" has been harassing my mother for weeks now saying they are with her insurance company and need to ask her some medical questions and inform her of important changes coming up soon to her existing policy. She is a smart cookie as she immediately informs them that her insurance has all the info they need and they say well its info we are passing on to our Doctors Network so they can assist with treatment. My mom says her doctor doesn't need help as hes been treating her for years, the man then tells her "again miss we work with your insurance company" to which she replies "oh and which one and I with again?" The man goes through his initial introduction again apparently starting from scratch hoping my mom wont notice he dodged the question put to him. My mom asked who was her insurance carrier, what kind of policy she had, who her current PCP was, and asked the man to confirm her personal info to make sure he was speaking to the right person, none of which the man would/could answer. When my mom refused to give them her personal info to "confirm accuracy to their secure doctors network" he simply gave up and said "sorry we couldn't help you today". I tried looking them up online to confirm if they are a legit company or if in fact they are contracted with Anthem Blue Cross and nothing confirms they are and all I really found was a Facebook account indeed called the "Doctors Network" with over 22, 000 followers but the odd thing is almost no comments on any of their posts and there are tons of DIY at home treatments and diet tips for healthy living but not really much actual medical advice. Of all the comments people posted almost id say 90% were of east indian ethnicity and the very few remaining were american but those posts were questions on the posts info all of which are never answered. Stay away people and protect yourselves always confirm with your provider of service before taking someone's word that they are somehow connected to your providers of service. They ask you a question ask them 3 back and make them fear you!

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    Michelle Rosenberg Miller Messmer May 05, 2016
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    5/5/16 same thing. I started to give info and answer questions until he asked for my insurance ID. Told him to mail me info. He had my address.

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    BettyLew Feb 20, 2017
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    I was contacted several times after I filled out a form to obtain free samples. They are calling themselves Physicians Network in Southern California. I refused to give any personal info. I said I had to my insurance to verify what they were saying.

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  • Sc
    Score34 Mar 24, 2017

    Just received call from Doctors Network today. Said they were with my insurance company. Started to tell me about a telemedicine service being offered to me that could be used to obtain pain medications. I work for a digital health company, so I started to probe given I assumed it was a scam. Asked again who they were and who they represent. They said Kaiser. Told them I did not have a Kaiser policy. Asked me if I had one of another 3-4 he mentioned. Said no. He said that didn't matter and asked if I was interested in dealing with my aches and pains without having to go into a clinic. Told them I was totally against the oversubscription of pain meds and certainly would not support an organization that made it so easy to obtain with just a telemed call. He said it was pain ointments, not drugs. I asked if they were FDA approved medications for pain and he hung up on me. Unless you enjoy talking with them for sport, hang up!

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  • Wa
    Washta May 05, 2017

    They called me from phone numbers 1-951-901-1006 on 05/04/2017 and then they called me from 1-713-893-8306 saying they are Doctor's Network. They said they were with my Insurance Company then in conversation ask what insurance I had. I told them you should have that information. Then she asked about diabetes and arthritis and said they had medication I could take for arthritis and then she asked for my 800 number on my insurance card. I said I am not comfortable with this and hung us. Then today she called from the 713-893-8306 number and said my name and said she was with Doctor's Network. I said I am not interested and hung up. I had already blocked the 951-901-1006. Blocking numbers does not work. So the next step is to ask for their information so I can report the to the FCC. Hopefully that will stop the calls after they get a formal complaint at the FCC.

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  • Zu
    zulu3217 May 15, 2017

    Will a complaint actually work? My 11-year-old received multiple calls from 951-901-1006 (Riverside, CA) while she was at school. When she got home she saw the missed calls, and just so happened that they called again. I told her to answer it; they started the pitch for Physicians Network calling her "Eileen" (not my daughter's name). My daughter told her that is NOT my name; undeterred the lady attempted to continue with "we need to inform you of changes in your medical coverage". My daughter says, "How could you? You called the wrong number, and I'm only 11." The woman says to her, "You are a miserable human being." And hung up on my daughter. If anyone can tell me who these people actually are; I would LOVE to know; I for OBVIOUS reason have an issue with whoever this is.

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  • Mc
    MCA sr May 15, 2017
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    *** URGENT *** IMPORTANT UPDATE ***

    Some folks like to tie these people up on the line so they can't call others. You can see youtube videos where they make a big joke of it and frankly some are hilarious. But these scam artists have turned it in their favor. They are now recording the calls. They will ask you a simple question like, "can you hear me?" If they can get you to say the word YES, they are altering the recording to ask you if they have your permission to do various things, like charge your account, add you to their call list, or what ever function they wish to use. They then cut in the recording of your YES and use that to indicate you gave permission. The best way to deal with these people is to just hang up and block the number. If they call again from a different number and you are limited to the number of blocked numbers you can have, erase the older numbers because they are no longer in use! For more information on this scam you can see the Norfolk, VA Police warning at http://q13fox.com/2017/01/26/can-you-hear-me-scam-has-police-warning-people-to-hang-up-immediately/

    -7 Votes
  • Ju
    Julze Jun 11, 2018

    @MCA sr They do not work with your insurance they work with members of ppos to let you know about new covered benefits and if they tell you anything different it isn't true and if you don't want them to call ask to be put on the do not call list and they only work from 9 to 6 mon thru friday and this BS your saying right here about the Dr's. Network is just not true it is not a scam

    9 Votes
  • Rh
    Rhonda Lapham Irving Nov 02, 2017
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    I’ve had many phone calls from these people “DOCTORS NETWORK”. This time the woman acted like I was out of touch and told me this is a new way of getting prescriptions through electronics. That I would be able to text my Doctor what medicine I want. These people must think I’m pretty stupid. I too told them my doctor would take care of me. The disturbing thing is she began to read off my address. I hung up!

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  • Pi
    PissedOffTexan May 30, 2018
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    OMG these people from the “doctors network” are really pissing me off... I’ve blocked every number they’ve called from... I answered the latest one... I told the woman to remove me from their list... she said “apparently you don’t understand...” I interrupted her and said youved called me 14 times in the last 24 hours” she said “you’re a damn liar, this is the first time we have called you because this is a newly generated number” 👀
    I told her “if I get another call from the doctors network from ANY number, I’m going to sue for harassment” she said “whatever, you can’t”
    I said “try me” and she hung up. So I guess we will see what happens now.

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  • Ki
    Kitkat1996 Jun 01, 2018

    @PissedOffTexan Tell them u dont have health insurance they will stop

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  • Ki
    Kitkat1996 Jun 01, 2018

    Tell them you have no insurance ur on medicaid or you get your insurance through the governement they will stop. My mom me and my dad have these three things and once we told them that they stopped.

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  • Do
    Donald Duck's Mom Jul 09, 2018
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    I have gotten over 100 calls from " The Drs Network" over the past 2-3 months. Most calls come from NY or Florida, and blocking is useless...they keep generating new numbers. Weird thing though, it's all about sending me braces for my legs, back, neck, wrists, ...since the first call (which I fell for, as they had my dr's name and other medical info). I allowed them to send a few braces (ankle and shoulder) which were actually delivered in a gigantic oversized box. Since that time the calls came rolling in non stop. Now they're telling me they are calling from Medicare and when I told them i figured out they're a scam and to stop calling, they agreed to and hung up. We'll see...

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  • Be
    Becky Huneke Jul 18, 2018
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    My mom gave them her information. What should I do about it!?!?

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    Becky Huneke Jul 18, 2018
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    My mom gave them her information! What should I do about it? She said they seemed legit!

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    ReneaP Sep 10, 2018
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    @Becky Huneke If she finds anything out i'd appreciate it if she would let us know. I fell for it too. :(
    I'm trying to get in touch with someone at the insurance company. I'll let you know.

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    Nat1626 Oct 08, 2018
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    @ReneaP Ladies any updates I just fell for it, and plan on calling my insurance company first thing In the morning.

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  • Do
    Doctors Network Jul 24, 2018
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    To all who are being harassed by phone calls from Doctors Network,
    It is important to understand that there are multiple companies named Doctors Network, and only one is harassing individuals by strange phone calls.
    I am the representative from Doctors Network (www.doctorsnetwork.com), which is a legitimate dental plan provider, and we do not have a sales team, and we do not contact individuals who have not signed up for our dental plan.
    SInce our website www.doctorsnetwork.com is very prominant, individuals find our website easily and associate those phone calls with our company.
    We are a dental plan company based in Brooklyn, and not California, so please make sure you get the correct Doctors Network to voice your concerns.

    We feel terrible that you have a bad experience, but our company is completely different that the one that contacts you, and there is nothing we can do about that.

    Thank you for understanding
    The Support Team at Doctors Network

    3 Votes
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    Bkra Oct 18, 2018

    like all of you I've been getting these calls too and not just from "doctors network" but a whole slew of idiots. I've been told there are apps you can download that will allow you to block anyone that is not on your "contact list". The calls still go through but you don't know unless they leave a message. The down side is obvious, they could fill up your voice mail box; or you may get a call not on your contact list that you may need to talk too. Other than that it may be worth it
    If anyone has any other ideas, PLZ post them

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  • No
    NotGettingScammed2018 Nov 13, 2018
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    I just got a call from 972-755-4881. She said she was calling with "The Doctors Network" and she showed that I had a PPO and needed to cover benefits with me. I wasn't buying it and asked which of my doctors they worked for? Blah blah blah. I said I wasn't interested in whatever she was selling. She tells me that she hasn't gotten a chance to tell me about the new benefits so how could I say that and could I verify that I still had a PPO. I asked her where she got the information that I had a PPO. She said it was connected with my telephone number. I said "Uh, yeah, no." and hung up.

    Major scam artists. I refused to give her any information thank goodness.

    1 Votes
  • Al
    Alwin92 Dec 19, 2018

    I know how to stop them)actually I know them🤣

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  • No
    notmenotme Feb 05, 2019
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    "The Doctors Network" is actually a company called The Care Group, they are based in California with call centers around the world. They claim you qualify for these "benefits" and they are covered by you insurance. Whats is actually happening is they take your insurance information and make a claim to the insurance company saying you need these products and you gave them permission. In other words they charge your insurance for these products that are made by their company, these are NOT benefits, its a scam

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    jacksonp27 Mar 19, 2019
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    @notmenotme How did you find this info? I have been scouring the web for purposes of lawsuit and you are the only speck I can find as far as identifying this company. I called the care group and they deny calling me.

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    Lavender13 Mar 06, 2019
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    They are rude. The first time they called I said "Please put me on your do not call list." They called back 4 hours later. When I said I requested to be put on a do not call list, she said "There isn't a list. Do you just alway say that and hang up?" Haaa! How rude!!! When I get unwanted calls on my cell phone I don't answer or block, but they are calling my work number!

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    jacksonp27 Mar 19, 2019
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    He told me I had a PPO and that it entitled me to benefits like pain cream and multi-vitamins. I played along. He asked for Roger. I told him I was Jackson Lee. He told me my teledoctor would be Dr. Timothy Martin if they can't get ahold of Dr ****** who I said is my primary care (just Dr *****, no other info given) I gave them all bogus info but they continued to talk to me. They called from 817-601-1553. If anyone knows the parent company of these callers, please let me know.

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    user2067441 Sep 02, 2019

    @jacksonp27 This company is located in cedar city Utah, it’s called Qualified Sutions, and they only call Texas because I guess they have some filthy deal with a doctor there. I’m just Suckers getting rich off of harassing people.

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    nathancc Apr 08, 2019
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    Just received a call from 469-359-2657 which is a cell phone area code in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. The comment above this one originates from 817 which is the Ft Worth area code.

    The guy kept repeating I had a PPO and was qualified for this insurance. I said, how did you know I have PPO and who gave you that information. I don't have a PPO and I would like to know who to contact at your office so that we can straighten out records. They hung up. I expect them to call again to try to hook me.

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    Deborah Dane Salvaleon May 01, 2019
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    People never listen they think there trying to sell something. There not. These people work for you. Not your insurance but you the members. Of ppo network. They are not scammers they are trying to tell you about benefits your insurance company won’t tell you about. Because it cost them money. Instead of costing you money. You pay your premiums to insurance and these items are a service that are 100 percent covered By your insurance. That you pay for you shouldn’t have to pay for these things over the counter if they cover them. So ya the real scammers are your insurance company’s who keep these things from you. Maybe try to listen to these people they are not trying to do anything but there job.

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    Byron _G May 22, 2019
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    @Deborah Dane Salvaleon Deborah, if they weren't scamming us then why are they hiding behind false numbers. I was called 8 times in one day. Each from a new number. Every one of those phone numbers were either not in service or just didn't ring or connect at all. I hardly believe that a legit company has that many phone numbers. 5/20 @ 10:34 = 214-643-8160; 12:40 214-679-2639; 13:48 = 956-926-5786; 14:41 = 214-384-1396; 15:17 = 214-664-7174. The list goes on. So don't give me this crap they are trying to help me by calling over and over. That's Crap!!!

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  • Ha
    Happy Customer12 May 06, 2019

    I've received my benefits from Doctors Network and I'm happy!
    I got no job now, my land and property were taken away from me by banks, my wife and children refuse to speak to me anymore, but at least I got my multivitamins! My metabolic system rocks! And I'm staying positive! As a homeless I have to travel a lot, see world! But still from boxes I receive every month I build my new home, 3 more refills and I will build a second floor and jacuzzi (only capable when it's raining, but still luxury).
    So Doctors Networks making your dreams come true! The only complain is that I have to fight another hobos for pigeons for dinner, but any coin got it's backside, you know ^_^
    Still got no regrets, my advice for all of you - give them a chance, and your life will change forever. Don't miss your benefits - say twelve!

    35 Votes
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    Another Hobo May 06, 2019

    Get away from my pigeons!!!

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    Pigeons May 06, 2019

    F**K OFF YOU GUYS

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  • Ir
    IRecordHarrasment May 20, 2019

    They will not stop calling and try to argue back and forth nor will they acknowledge me telling them to remove me from their call list. Even after I informed him I was recording him he still persisted.

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    Byron _G May 22, 2019
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    If they weren't scamming us then why are they hiding behind false numbers? I was called 8 times in one day. Each from a new number. Every one of those phone numbers were either not in service or just didn't ring or connect at all. I hardly believe that a legit company has that many phone numbers. 5/20 @ 10:34 = 214-643-8160; 12:40 214-679-2639; 13:48 = 956-926-5786; 14:41 = 214-384-1396; 15:17 = 214-664-7174. The list goes on. So don't insult me by saying they are trying to help me by calling over and over. That's Crap!!!

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    callmehuff May 31, 2019
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    Received calls from: (281) 869-6077 and from (830) 732-3264

    A man called me and said he worked for a Doctors Network company on behalf of health insurance companies, and said because i have PPO they're sending me a benefit package of multivitamins and pain medication. He wanted to confirm my name, email, and home address, which he read off already so I knew he had it. I confirmed. Then he asked for my insurance card information which I did not provide. He said I see you think this is a scam but it's not we work to get you benefits packages. I truly could not tell if it was legitimate or a scam and I was on a smoke break and not trying to be rude and able to talk. Eventually he asked for my pharmacy information. Then he wanted to read me a script of consent for him to get my prescription information from the pharmacy. I said no and I am busy please don't call back I don't need the benefits thanks anyway I don't want them take me off the list. He called back from another number and gave me a hard time for hanging up (after I gave him too much of my time already and was very polite and gave him an explanation before hanging up). I asked what the name of the company was so I could google it and he said Doctors Network but then also said Physician Network. I once again said not to call me back and hung up. The fake numbers go to VerizonWireless when called back. This could be legit, but the guy was so pushy and trying to make me feel stupid for not giving him my information, so regardless I'm not about that. I messaged my insurance company to alert them in case of any weird claims.

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    callmehuff Jun 07, 2019
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    I messaged my insurance company and this was their response:

    "Please be advised, The Doctor's Network or Physicians Network is not affiliated with BCBSTX. Receiving a call from an outside company making false claims of being affiliated with BCBSTX does not mean that your BCBS account security has been compromised. Because we are required by law to process all submitted claims in a timely manner, we are unable to contact you prior to finalizing each claim. You can review your claim activity by logging into your Blue Access for Members (BAM) account. If you suspect that a provider has billed for a service that you did not receive, you can report this to us at the customer service phone number below. If you suspect that a company has submitted a claim for an item you did not order or receive you can contact our Fraud Hotline at 1-800-543-0867."

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  • Ba
    Battybrats Jun 21, 2019

    I used to work for the doctors network. You guys will probable toss this comment away, but it's worth a try. They are representatives who work for a private third party call center. The reason they call you is because you, at some point, or your number was used to fill out a survey about said insurance. Their job is to literally tell you what FREE things you can get, ie creams and vitamins, that your insurance covers. Since you pay a premium to your insurances part of your premium technically pays for these benefits. If you buy Neosporin, one a day vitamins, Santa or bengay over the counter then you're wasting money. All the people ask from you is your insurance card info (which you give out regularly anyways) and confirm your address. You get these items for a year of no charge. Dont yell at these people. Theyre not scammers youre just an asshole who won't listen. Also, they can't say free because technically you have already paid for them you just didnt know. And if you really dont want to listen you can tell them you have medicaid and they'll take you off the list (unless they're Russian then they check the wrong box and you'll get one or two more calls)

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    reallyfpissedoff Jul 16, 2019
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    @Battybrats your lying and just got another call from them for years now they call and never ever had insurance. BE SCAM SMART! STOP SCAMMERS!

    (915) 226-0087

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    Ashley Karr Jul 27, 2019
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    @reallyfpissedoff Sometimes the info is old or wrong. I will admit that, and some reps aren't very nice after being called names all day and screamed at. I can't speak for locations i havemt worked at, but the reps i worked at were all nice even after being called scum and whores and pieces of shit. If you kindly explain you don't have that insurance they usually remove your name. If you start out your call with screaming and name calling then theyre going to match your attitude. And even if you have a network health insurance just listen and say no to all questions. That will get you off the list as well. Then you can call the telemedicine number on your insurance card and they'll tell you the same benefits. If you want to waste money on over the counter meds be my guest though.

    10 Votes
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    ChristieTittle Jul 23, 2019

    I just received a call from 205-272-9810 from Double Springs, AL. The girl could barely speak English but said she’s from doctors network and said my number had been on her list and she’s been trying to reach me. She couldn’t tell me my name, my doctor or my insurance and when I asked for a number to the main company she would not give me one. I kept asking for a number and she said no because they’re always busy. It didn’t seem right at all so I politely told her I didn’t want to talk any longer.

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    Nika Asatiani Jul 31, 2019
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    Just say that you have medicaid or medicare and you are under 18 and they will hang up

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