Anthem Blue Cross is ordered to repay customer $7,300
Los Angeles Times, September 25, 2009
A Small Claims Court judge ruled that healthcare giant Anthem Blue Cross of California overcharged a Culver City man more than $5,700 for safety-net medical insurance, and he ordered the company to pay him back with interest. Anthem said afterward that it disagreed with the decision. "The company feels that the reimbursement made to the member was appropriate," spokeswoman Peggy Hinz said.
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