A woman from Maine named Stephanie lay received about 500 letters from united healthcare. She sates make it stop, please.
Stephanie stated that her mailbox was full of letter piled onto each other within 5 days that Is from Thursday to Monday.
She further told that it all started on Thursday, it was the first day she started receiving letters. On Thursday Stephanie received about 46 letters from the health care each letter similar to one another she further added that the letters did not stop coming until Monday when over 500 similar letters were stacked upon each other.
The letters were originally for Stephanie’s son who is currently suffering from autism and lives in a private care facility. Stephanie told what shocking was that the letters had her name on them instead of her sons. The letter started as Dear Maine’s department of health care and human services…. and carried on.
Moreover, she told that the letters were a claim of about $54 or $0 that united healthcare said is not yet covered. Upon asking the United healthcare that why is she receiving such letters which are same she was told that it is all because of some coding issues.
United healthcare made their remarks on this issue and said that is it trying it’s best to solve the problem but even then they cannot provide the details due to privacy concerns.
The health insurer said that they have figured out the cause of this issue, they also said that they are very sorry that this kind of situation arose they also mentioned that they have communicated with the family to resolve this issue together.
Stephanie said that each of the letters consisted a message at the bottom of the page that we should go paperless but she thing the united healthcare had to cut down half the forest to send her these much letters.