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(01-20-2014, 05:08 PM)Galactus Wrote:
(01-20-2014, 01:45 PM)me50 Wrote: I hear what you are saying, but I don't give a DME a credit/debit card for any reason. If they want my business, they will bill my supplies to me. I told Apria when they asked for the card that I would take my business somewhere else and to please give me my prescription. They insisted they didn't need my card info then. I am glad I refused because they have made so many mistakes that they would have screwed up my bank account by billing for things I didn't get or that I returned. My insurance paid 100% last year but not this year. I got a statement from Apria for supplies that I paid for because they refused to ship them if I didn't pay for them. They don't pay attention to what they are doing and they could have caused a lot of issues with my bills being paid. If a DME won't bill me, then I will look elsewhere for a DME that will. I wish you much better service than I and many others have gotten from Apria.

I totally understand where you are coming from. There are just times when I can't be bothered to argue with these people. There are also so many times where this helpful when ordering from places you aren't sure of. But I do agree with you as well.

yea, after 4 months I had enough of trying to get things done right and correct what was done wrong and I just sent the machine back to them and changed DME's which was the best thing I could have done for me. Now, it will be peaceful.
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I stopped in with no appointment one day at a branch sleep clinic. I do not know if this is something that would turn out well for someone else but it worked great for me. They were awesome helpful. It was an entirely different scenario than the Dr. or the DME. I tried several masks and got advice on adjustments and so on.
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