Apr 8, 2013
Hi i have spoken to you before .I took the plunge and went off disability last August. My ssdi ended in November. I had to pay back 2 months because they over paid me. I paid it and thought that was the end of paying . I work as an RN in a nursing home. i have good benefits and make a decent income. I wont get rich but its enough to pay my way. My meds are covered by my insurance. The question i have is; i just got a bill for medicare for $400. I don't use medicare anymore. I have blue cross blue shield. Why am i getting this bill and can i cancel my medicare? Is this the same bill as my medicare part d (humana) which i don't need anymore either. Or will this be another bill that is going to appear in my mail box? i am a bit confused i thought that once i went off disability and stopped receiving SSDI it would be over. T
Response from Mr. Chambers
Unless you told Medicare you were stopping Part B, that is probably what they are billing you for since there is no longer a monthly check to take it out of.
You need to call them ASAP to see if they will backdate your cancellation of Part B. Be sure to have the bill with you when you call 1-800-MEDICARE.
You should do the same directly with your Part D carrier.
The answer to your question is "No". You should not receive any more once that is cleared up.
If you do get another bill, call again.
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