Hubby provides insurance for his child and CM pays all copays. He recieved a bill or the copay from a doctors visit (which should have been paid by CM at time of visit). The copay is not the problem it is the fact the the CM used his information for the visit instead of her own. She took the child in so shouldn't she have provided her information as the guarantor for child?
He has had his identity stolen in the past and he rather not have her giving his personal information out all over the place, we know she gave his address and possible his ssn #. Can he request that she only provide her information?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:58 PM on Nov. 12, 2010 in Relationships
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