Office manager sentenced for health care fraud
Original post made on Nov 16, 2013
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on Nov 16, 2013 at 4:24 pm
Jail time sounds awfully harsh for a minor theft from a big corporation. Do corporate officers face any jail time when they steal millions or billions from the public? Of course not. Who wants to bet that some insurance company lobbyists paid the DA for this sentence?
on Nov 17, 2013 at 4:54 am
Ask Martha Stewart.
on Nov 20, 2013 at 10:23 pm
The problem with dental insurance is that it includes a provision for orthodontics even though the insured would never use it. I received a check in the mail for $1,500 to my address but for someone I never heard of - name not in PA phone book. Since it was for orthodontics assume it is a young male. I returned the check to the insurance company saying that it was sent to the wrong address, wrong name. I later got a request for verification from the California Tax Assessor asking if I was the occupier of the house. This relates to the Homeowner's Exemption. Went to San Jose - Tax Assessor to provide information and request detail of why the notice was sent to me - they would not explain. My suspicions are that 1. someone is using my address for the purpose of being in the PA school system; or the insurance companies are leveraging the available coverage across many policies. It is a matter of coincidence that is unclear but there is definitely a strange set of occurrences going on concerning dental insurance.