Before something is a pre-existing medical condition, it’s fine with the current insurance but then when insurance changes it BECOMES pre-existing from the NEW company’s POV

That’s cool. The times I’ve had insurance I avoided complaining about certain things for precisely that reason: Before something is a pre-existing medical condition, it’s fine with the current insurance but then when insurance changes it BECOMES pre-existing from THAT company’s POV and then any of the initial assistance goes away. I never liked that setup.

 

That’s cool. The times I’ve had insurance I avoided complaining about certain things for precisely that reason: Before something is a pre-existing medical condition, it’s fine with the current insurance but then when insurance changes it BECOMES pre-existing from the NEW company’s POV and then any of the initial assistance goes away. I never liked that setup.

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I’ve been avoiding it (because I know if you wait long enough, you get a letter that tells you what you need to do… and because sometimes a LOT changes from the initial ‘push’ of new programs by the time the letter arrives in the mail).

Same thing with the home refinance thing. Love the idea, then I saw how banks had sneaky ways of pushing back, leaving some ppl high and dry (wait – that’d be wet and cold) without homes. So, we still pay 6.875% even though probably _nobody_ does anymore because once you open your mouth and complain, something changes that you can’t go back on.

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I’d have considered the refi but when they changed the whole credit system to require proof of income for… well.. EVERYTHING it felt rather invasive. I’m not making what I did to _get_ the thing but we’re hanging on. I don’t mind the IRS knowing my income: That’s their job and as much as I could complain about typical wasteful spending, that’s the politician’s job: to waste our money.

But beyond the IRS, ain’t nobody’s business tongue emoticon I don’t want to undo past efforts just for a faint chance of making month-to-month life easier.

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