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Midwest Immediate Care Schaumburg Immediate Care Fraudulent billing for visit that never occurred. I was in the hospital that day! Schaumburg, Illinoi
11th of Apr, 2011 by User350467
I saw the "doctor" at this joke of a clinic once in April, 2010 for the sole purpose of getting an employment physical. It took forever and I had to go back the next day to get the signed form, which he promised to leave at the reception desk for me the next evening (we agreed that 9pm would be a good time for me to come). I paid the fee in full before I left. There was no reason for this quack to make me wait 24 hours for him to sign a form. I didn't have any labs or anything! This clinic was supposed to be open until at least 10pm, and when I got there at 9pm, they were closed with no notice or explanation. I left a voice mail message asking why they were not there when I came to pick up the form, when they said it would be there. I was called back and told to come in the next day and that the signed form would definitely be there. Conveniently, the "doctor" was off that day and never signed the form as he promised. I had to threaten to sue to get the other doctor on duty to call the "doctor" I saw on the phone to verify that he examined me and that I was ok to work. I had already paid these quacks, and they were going to try to do anything to avoid giving me that signed form. Now I'm getting a bill for a fake visit that supposedly happened in June, 2010. This visit never happened. The "date of service" on this bill was the day after I was released from a hospital in another town and I had outpatient infusions at that hospital that day. I was nowhere near this quack-fest. My guess is that they are billing former patients for visits that never occurred, thinking that people will be stupid enough to just pay the bills without looking at them. Not only are they completely unprofessional and incompetent, they are scam artists. Even their website reads like a scam website. Look at the bottom footer of the site and follow the links. They lead to blog posts that you'd see for scam miracle medical treatments. It's sickening. If you are dumb enough to go there, be prepared to get a sales pitch for a ridiculously expensive "discount plan" that actually is more like a time share scheme, where you pay $150 per month for the privilege of paying even more for each visit you make.

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