And I got the dogs in too!
I love all of the costumes.
I know you were busy today and all of us are thankful for great adjustments.
I keep getting this email/add that says that "now that I have tried their services, maybe I'd like to continue services", or something to that effect. Recently, I went in to one of their offices on a Friday afternoon about 5:00pm. The chiropractor I usually use was closed. I went in, filled out paperwork, much of which was redundent on each page, waited about an hour to be seen, because I was a new, walk in customer. My name was called and I went into the back, only to be interviewed by a chiropractor and was told that it was their policy not to perform services on people covered by medicare. I said as I stated on the application/paperwork, that I didn't plan on filing paperwork on my service, that I would pay out of my own pocket. She insisted that it was their policy not to service people like me. They didn't ask what my problem was, they didn't seem to be concerned about solving my problem. However, she did say that there were people in the business that would take medicare. OK, All this information with only one question. Why do these people keep sending me these emails when it was their policy not to service people like me? I recently turned 65 and now I have medicare with blue cross Fed as my secondary coverage company. I feel that now I have to lie about my age and just tell these people that I don't have insurance now, if I want service. I haven't felt like a third class citizen since I got off the plane from Vietnam and went through California years ago. Well, I don't think I'll be dropping in their office anytime soon! I'll save them the time of trying to be nice about not giving me any service. In fact, it will be a cold day in HELL, before I'd go back to that "JOINT"! If anyone from their company see's this post, please don't feel that you need to call me or make contact with me! I'm not asking for anything nor will I accept anything for the exprience. One experience was plenty for me.