by Anura Guruge
>> Thanks to N.H. Insurance Dept.
>> I get Membership # — Jan. 6, 2014.
>> I report Anthem to Attorney General
>> — Jan. 4, 2014.
>> Anthem lies about payment
>> — Jan. 3, 2014.
>> Finally enrolled — Dec. 27, 2013.
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I checked again.
Logged onto my account at Anthem.com to see if I can print a Temporary ID Card. NO, I can’t. Still not working.
From what I gather Anthem as yet to get back to the the New Hampshire Insurance Department to explain why this is NOT working after they had led them to believe that it was — and that that is what New Hampshire consumers should be doing. Part of the reason I am checking, a few times a day, is for the Department. I have promised them that I will let them know as soon as I can print a Temporary Card. They want to know. They have been excellent.
Today is January 10, 2014. The supposed deadline by which we needed to have paid our premiums in order to have ACA healthcare coverage as of January 1, 2014. As far as I know there is no real deadline anymore! They are saying 5 day extension BUT we know that that too will have to be extended.
Well, Anthem has yet to charge my credit card for the payment I paid on December 27, 2013. That was EXACTLY 2 weeks ago, i.e., 14 days. I have heard that it is taking Anthem 17 days! This is crazy. It is so sad. Thanks to the NH Insurance Department I have stopped worrying about it. Plus I have a working member ID — as my Anthem.com account testifies.
I feel bad for those that are still struggling with Anthem — not just in NH, but around the country.
Amazes me that Anthem can so successfully GAG the media from talking about it.
I will, however, keep on plugging along.