Originally Posted by muddy otter
Sometimes I wonder, given the number of folks I've heard repeatedly encounter that sort of error, if the insurance companies don't screw these things up on purpose, or randomly assign a certain number to a screw-up program, in the hopes that the insured will just give up on fighting to straighten it out and pay the bills themselves.
Yeah not gonna happen considering bills are (1) over $2,200; (2) $1,084; and (3) $46; whereas in network would probably be $100-150 or less. Well I could see just paying the $46 but that's one that probably would be free otherwise.
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