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Health care company sends Maine woman over 500 letters in 5 days

WINDHAM, Maine (AP) — A Maine girl says she acquired greater than 500 letters from UnitedHealthcare in 5 days.

The letters have been despatched to Stephanie Lay’s 19-year-old son Bryce in Windham, however have been addressed to Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services — in Cincinnati, Ohio.

WCSH-TV stories a lot of the letters stated the corporate was denying a cost of $54. Some say $0. The claims return to 2016. Lay started receiving the letters Thursday.

Lay first thought it was a joke. She says she’s spent numerous hours attempting to determine how this occurred.

Lay says she was particularly amused by a line written on the backside of each single one of many letters that claims, “Go Paperless!”

A spokeswoman for UnitedHealthcare says the corporate is wanting into the difficulty.

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