Re: chiro - scam ?

Although I can see the reasoning for the doctors attitude towards payment, there is a lot going on here. If you agreed to the monthly fee and paid the fee it is fraudulent for the doctor to bill the insurance. His fees are obviously inflated and it looks like he is doing a dual fee schedule which is illegal. Meaning he is infalting his prices and picking and choosing what he wants to charge based on reimbursement (auto cases typically pay in full). I smell scam. Check your email, I dicussed how to handle this.

Posted By doc4bax on April 17, 2008 at 20:15:03:

In Reply to: chiro - scam ? posted by HL on April 15, 2008 at 15:48:52:

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