This is a story about how an insurance fraud ring was stopped. Unlike most other companies, AU wanted to be paid in advance, always saying that the insurance would cover this or that amount. Well, not if you have one of the biggest “insurers” like UHC.
Dr Farber in Depth
Three times, AU asked for fees upfront, and each time, they were less than half of what they had agreed to pay UHC. They owe me hundreds of dollars! Plus, every time, Farber/AU charged for treatments that were never done. The 45-minute fee for the first visit was for a 3-minute orientation. Tests will be done the next time you visit. Even though I told my insurance company about the scam claims, they caught them, and they haven’t returned my calls to get my advance payment back.
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