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Yukon Whorenelius
So like... I'm someone who reads the fine print on anything I'm signing, right? When I applied for long-term disability insurance with , the agent asked for my signature as a part of payment. I just found out they used that signature on a HIPAA disclosure authorization
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Yukon Whorenelius May 28
Replying to @StateFarm
I only found out about this because one of my former doctors called me like "uh, this doesn't look legit". It's not. I mean, that's my signature on a terrible electronic pad, but I had no idea it was going to be applied to *this document*, which I'd never seen. What the *fuck*.
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Yukon Whorenelius May 28
Replying to @aphyr
Other things I signed, apparently, include the right for State Farm to take my blood and test it for HIV.
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Max Powers Jan 29
Replying to @aphyr @StateFarm
That's basically forging a signature. Huge legal no-no. I bet the lawyers will flip out once they hear about it. But we don't know if this is an isolated incident with your agent (who copy/pasted something), or if it's software-generated. Any clues?
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insert username here Jan 29
It’s never just one isolated incident; at best it’s a culture of “look the other way”
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Michael Hoffman Jan 29
Replying to @aphyr @StateFarm
I see this is from almost a year ago—any resolution to this? Forgery and fraud are things your state insurance regulator and attorney general might be interested in.
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Orchid🌲🍃 Jan 29
Well I’m never getting . If they’re doing something this shady how can you trust anything else they do?
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Bullpup Rugger May 28
Replying to @aphyr @StateFarm
Jesus, that's awful. I can't believe them
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