First Health Network Quincy Illinois Review

On 7/13/16, I took out what I believed to be health insurance. It pays very little if anything. On prescriptions, it pays very little also. I received a call from 888-633-5080 asking for my new debit card numbers. I have not given them to this company as of yet as I have been suspicous. I attempted to call the customer service number and speak with “Yolanda”” 1-800-389-9027 and it has been disconnected. Called 1-855-707-2392 and there was no answer. Also called 1-855-707-2392 and no answer. Was told that t his number belongs to Jacki Johnson. They have been charging me $218.52 since 8/1/16 and giving very little coverage. My card says its a limited medical plan and is underwwritten by AXIS Insurance Company. It says membership benefits are offered through Alliance for Consumers USA. www.firsthealthlbp.com

1-800-226-5116 membership materials fullment.mymemberinfo.com pharamist help 1-877-684-0032 Claims: Administrative Concepts INc. 994 Old Eagle School Rd.

Ste 1005 Wayne

PA 19087 Elig benefits and claims 1-800-715-1341 This whole thing seems suspicious and I would like to know for sure. Like I said

my payment is due 1/1/17 and I am afraid to activate my new debit card. I am going to my bank on 12/29/16 and changing the numbers on my debit card. my home number is 217-223-7246 but I am not home until after 3:00 pm central time. Thank you

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