I was in the process of getting an insurance cover for myself and my family when I was contacted by my GP who told me the bill for my insurance was due for payment within 48 hours.
This was a shock, as I had just moved to a new home in Melbourne and had signed up for a new policy.
I had had a GP visit in March but had no idea that my insurance would be due in 24 hours.
I was confused, frustrated, and worried.
“I was just wondering what happened and what was the problem?”
I asked the GP about my case and he assured me that my GP had not given me a bill yet, but it was due in the next 24 hours and I should expect it.
I was left wondering what had happened and why it had taken so long for the insurance to be paid.
After some research, I found out that the insurance company had not issued a bill to my GP, instead they had sent me an email.
“There are several issues that have come to my attention and have prompted my attention to the matter,” the email said.
I emailed the insurance provider, but got no reply. “
If you have any further queries, you can contact my office at 0800 786 528 or email me directly at [email protected]”
I emailed the insurance provider, but got no reply.
So I went to my local insurer, the Australian Government, and got a call.
The insurance company told me that they were investigating the matter, and had a response waiting for me.
It said that they had been contacted by the insurance providers representative in Melbourne.
In a statement to the ABC, the insurance companies representative said they were in touch with the insurer’s representative in Victoria and were working with them to “address the matter in a timely manner”.
“I have been contacted from both insurers’ representatives in Victoria, to inform them of the situation and to advise them of any changes in the insurance situation that may be required,” the statement said.
My GP is a specialist in general medical practice who was not involved in this matter, but did say that the issue had been dealt with by his GP.
It was not clear whether the insurer had asked the insurance firm to investigate the issue, or whether the insurance representatives had actually spoken to the insurer representative in the first place.
There are a number of things that I want to know.
What is the cost of getting my insurance covered?
“What I want is to know whether I have been charged a premium,” I said.
As I read through the emails, it seemed as if the insurer was trying to make up for the gap in the coverage.
In an email sent to the insurance contact, the insurer said they would contact me directly.
However, they did not send a bill or a notice of payment.
Why didn’t I receive a bill?
My insurance company has also not contacted me directly to get a bill, instead it has contacted me to ask for details about my coverage.
They have contacted me through their website, and asked me to send an email to them with details about the policy and cover, and to tell them how long it would take to pay the policy.
What’s the impact on my business?
This is a very common issue in the health insurance industry.
The insurer is trying to get the money to pay their premium for me, but is in fact doing a worse job than their GP.
The insurers representative in their email to me, and other email correspondence with the insurance agents have failed to explain the situation to me.
They have failed in their responsibility to provide reasonable advice to their customers, and in many cases they have done so at a disadvantage to me and other consumers.
What can I do about it?
If you or someone you know is in the same situation as I am, you may want to talk to a specialist to discuss the issue.
For example, you could look into whether your GP is qualified to offer you advice.
Alternatively, you might be able to speak to a family doctor, who can advise you on the best course of action for you and your family.