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Qtc And C&p Exam

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I haven't been on here in awhile. Still in the waiting process for my appeals and have been laying low in general. Really been trying to simplify my life. I had my C&P exam back in march. At this appointment I had blood work done and then a couple months later more blood work for the same exam. Well QTC failed to pay for both the lab work done. After 3 months on getting on them they finally paid for the one in May. The thing that is a blow is I thought that they had paid for the March one, but recently had a collection agency call me demanding payment. So basically since March this bill has not been paid and I had no idea about it until this last Friday December 6th, and was informed so by a collection agency. This has negatively impacted my credit score and is unacceptable. I contacted the lawyer I am using for my appeal, and my local senator, who both have to wait for me to get the bill before they can do anything, ugh. So now I wait for it to arrive in the mail until it is resolved. All attempts to contact QTC are a bust. Do any of you have any further advice? This whole thing makes me sick, not because it happened to me, but because I am pretty sure it is a common thing that happens to vets. It is sad and we deserve so much better. :)

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The VA's attitude is tough on you and your credit. If you pay the bill, you will have a tough time getting reimbursement from the VA. jmo

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The SOB's at the VA did bill my private insurance for a C&P exam!

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That is horrible. Luckily for me I have never gone down with out a brutal fight. LOL!

john999, They asked for my private insurance and I refused to give them the info. They try to update it every time I have an appointment but I will never provide them with that information. Thankfully because of this site, I have been able to safe guard myself from many of the heart aches that I have read can happen. I am so thankful for the internet and its limitless amount of resources.

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