Heidi, try calling the Patient Advocate Foundation which has an 800 number. They are specialists in fighting with insurance companies,and also getting you careand have emergency funds. I'm going to give you the website address but call the tollfree number and tell them about the late payment, they may be able to get you back on. This is exactly what they are for. This is not a fake site. There are real people here that can help. Here is the number 1-800-532-5274 and the website is
www.patientadvocate.org They helped my son get his heart surgery and get medicine for epilepsy when he had no insurance. they helped me get transportation to appointments when I couldn't drive and the people at the transport place were lying and telling me they don't do that, and then that they had a year long waiting list. People are evil sometimes, but these guys will really help you. I hope you please try to give them a call ASAP so they can try to get you your coverage back.
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