Just the FAX

I have recently spent much time on the phone with Florida Blue seeking to correct mistakes with Dimitris’ Obamacare insurance. Although his coverage was not due to begin until March 1st, Florida Blue was charging him for the months of January and February although he did not receive a health card ID until April. After getting assurance from Florida Blue that his insurance will not be canceled, we were told to fax a form to the insurance company that will give me legal permission to receive and give information regarding his health insurance policy. I therefore requested the fax number for Florida Blue in Jacksonville, FL, knowing that I could send a Fax using my HP printer/scanner. The information we needed to fax was three pages. After repeated tries, we gave up and decided to get the material faxed at the library. The library charged $2.00 per page, which I considered reasonable, but felt disappointed that we couldn’t figure out how to send our own fax. After sleeping on it, I thought that possibly we needed to have put a 1 (for long distance) in front of the area code when we dialed it into the computer. The next time I need to send a fax long distance, I’ll remember that and hopefully will save myself any charges.

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About bobosbest

I am a 79-year-old retired English teacher whose writing goals are fulfilled by publishing these blogs. I have a wonderful married partner, Dimitris Tsitsiras, who is from Greece. Life is good and still an adventure.
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