I recently went for a doctors appointment for a routine physical, which according to my insurance plan is covered 100%. Nothing out of pocket. No co-pay, nothing. If you believe that I've got a bridge I want to sell you. 4 months after my appointment I received an $80 bill for 20 minutes of the good Doc's time. After repeatedly calling the billing department, I was met with a snotty attitude and a threat of turning the bill over to collections if it didn't get paid. I then contacted my insurance provider and was told to basically suck it up, since the doctors charge was legit.
If you go to a doctor for a routine physical which is supposed to be covered, if the doctor even asks you about ANY type of pre-existing condition you have, you can be billed for it. Even if you don't want to talk about it, you're getting charged. Double check with your insurance provider and ask your doctor to keep the chit chat down to a minimum or face a fee!
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Maybe if the postal workers did a decent job overall and didn't lose so many packages or actually delivered mail on time, people would use them more, thereby eliminating the extra cost of postage. Hire people who actually want a job and would kill to be able to buy food for their families.....maybe I shouldn't say "kill" and "postal workers" in the same blog message.
Posted by Raymond Rivera at 3:31 PM
Thursday, January 17, 2013
You really expect people to believe you when you say your girlfriend died, but you've never met her? I do know a guy who claimed for years to have a girlfriend, but I'm sure that was bogus too. This is lame. Notre Dame choked now you want sympathy. Go away dude!
Posted by Raymond Rivera at 3:44 PM
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Friday, January 11, 2013
I hope this jackass broke his shoulder.
Posted by Raymond Rivera at 2:28 PM
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
This really irritates the crap out of me. While sharks can be scary creatures, they are still beautiful and serve a wonderful purpose to the earth and oceans as a whole. This act of shark finning has to stop.
Posted by Raymond Rivera at 9:07 AM