11-26-2013 03:00 PM
First off I have 3 paid medicals I have been dealing with since March. I paid the OC. The CA updated as paid. I have asked the OC to recall and they refuse and I have asked the CA repeatedly to delete, the refuse. I have asked over the phone and via email. I think I am going to flood them with GW's like I have read some posts on here about.
How often should I send them? I have read once a week-once a month etc.
Should I send them via snail mail, email, fax, all or rotate?
Should I change the letter every time? Thus far I just update the date and send the same letter.
I know several of you are probably tired of me posting about these same paid medicals. I'm sorry I just want the stinking things gone.
11-26-2013 03:05 PM
Once a month for snail mail. Once a week for email and fax.
Just my 2¢.
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11-27-2013 06:43 AM
From what I've read about this CA they are a small CA in KS and each account is assigned to a single person. So the correspondence all gets forwarded to that person. When I have called and get transfered to my case she says she has received all my emails, even tho they were mailed to different email addresses. All I can find is one phone number and one mailing address for them. And a fax number.
11-27-2013 10:52 AM
Faxed another GW. Addressed the the CEO. Fingers crossed. I think this place is small enough that they probably all recognize my name by now and it will probably go in the trash...
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