AARP UNITED HEALTH CARE IS QUITE THE CON ARTIST OF COMPANIES–when signing up for new part d insurance i ensured i would not go into the coverage gap and that the cost of the meds were indeed lower than the company i was with and both AARP & MEDICARE ensured me this was the case. So April and May the prices they gave me were correct. Well come June i was being charged 15% instead of the company co-pay which was cheaper and when i called I was told by AARP that i was in coverage Gap—well i fought and argued with them and medicare to prove i was not subject to coverage gap–aarp website an explanation of benefits paperwork deliverd by mail to my house all show i was in initial cover and was not subject to coverage gap because i receive extra help–they kept ensuring me the website and the EOB was wrong and i was subject to coverage gap—so finally after about 20 calls total between AARP and MEDICARE they finally admit I am right I am not subject to coverage gap HOWEVER A VERY BIG HOWEVER—that even though i am not in the coverage gap the amount of money i have reached would TECHNICALLY PUT ME IN THE COVERAGE GAP—so they are putting me in “AN INVISIBLE COVERAGE GAP”” **(the words of AARP CSR) not mineso they are going to charge me 15% not the co-pay and i should feel lucky that they only cahrge me the 15% and not the regular 78% or whatever it is they charge for people who ACTUALLY ENTER THE COVERAGE GAP—so thinking this is absolutely absurd i call medicare and tell them about this “”INVISBLE COVERAGE GAP”” the medicare CSR assured me this isnt true–until she checked into it for about 30 minutes and to both our surprise IT IS COMPLETELY LEGIT—they lured me in and now they got me—dont go with AARP unless you hear all the facts!!!!!! I am still young and am able to read and understand things i just feel bad for all the old people in this predicament and cant understand all the coverage gap and invisble coverage gap— SHAME ON YOU AARP!”


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