United Healthcare Managed Care Services - this is legit - if you have any doubts please call the United Healthcare number from their website and ask about this number they will let you know this is a legit number.
was called by this number. I let it go to voicemail. the caller left a different number for me to return the call. that number is 855-318-7347
the automated message at the onset said it was united health then a woman came on line and started asking questions like my member id number and my birthdate. then she started sounding weird with questions like, "are you having knee problems?' are you doing ok?' Then she started saying "you're cutting out..are you ok? do you need me to call 911?' this is obviously a scam caller using united health's number. Unfortunately, I answered the first two questions she asked about my member id number and my birthdate.
this is getting annoying. I am a customer service agent for United healthcare, specifically for Medicare plans and lately I've been getting calls from members about this phone number stating that something is wrong with a members account. This is around the 50th call I've received in the last 2 days and there is NO information that we are ever going to have about automated calls. There is NO information regarding outbound phone calls from this number.
Do Not answer any calls from this number or answer any questions. All of the account I've looked at that have received calls from this number, are in good standing and there is nothing indicating their account with us has an issue.
I received a message from a benefits coordinator at UHC. She was responding to a question I had submitted on their website. But she did not leave her last name and this number does not accept incoming calls. Very annoying way for United Health care to treat their subscribers.
California Feb 24th, 2017
I received a call from this number and the woman said she was from UHC and they started asking me all kinds of questions about my medical conditions and to "confirm" my address and date of birth. After answering a few questions, I told her that, if she worked for UHC, she should have this information. In fact, the ONLY information they provided was the date I had been released from the hospital. They knew nothing else. She told me she worked for a "special division" of UHC and that they were required to keep separate records because not all of the information was supposed to be in their system. I told her, if that's the case, she shouldn't be asking. I hung up.
"United Healthcare" came up on caller ID. When I answered, lady with thick accent asked for me. I asked what she was calling about - she said she had some questions about my medical "Coverage". I asked what type of questions (must admit I was rather annoyed). She said about your medical coverage. I again asked what type of questions. To which she responded "Goodbye". When I called the number back - I got a recording saying that it was a non-working number and for me to call the # on the back of my health insurance card.
United Health Care. Didn't answer, since employer frowns on personal calls during business hours. They called and left a message asking me to call, but not stating the reason for the call. Since our premiums are current, there is no reason for me to return the call, if they won't state the reason for the call.
UHS Insuree Mar 31st, 2015
It's a follow up call from a Nurse from United Health Care - I just got out of the Hospital and they asked if I wanted a phone call. I think that was a nice follow up.
United Health Care nurses?
Be very careful what you tell them - they are trying to get information to deny certain insurance benefits. Do not lie of course, but sometimes something you think is chit chat they can use against you. No doubt they know if you have other insurance but if you have a condition that was caused by something YOU KNOW happened - such as falling down your stairs but you mention in passing you were in a minor car accident they will try to make the other person's insurance take over even if you were already in pain from the fall...then the other person's insurance won't pay because you already said it was from falling down stairs and so on...
OR you mention you had something similar as a child - oh all of a sudden it is a pre-existing condition and they don't cover it
I do not advocate any type of insurance fraud Understand that - but I also do not like it when they try to deny benefits you are owned.
They called. I picked up and I said hello 3 times. The line clicked.
Oh well, another one for my VOIP block list.
United Health Care prenatal nurse asking questions
UHC calling about a healthy benefit program I enrolled in.
It's United Healthcare's nurse who will be recording the call. UHC may use something you say to deny benefits. They refuse to quit calling when requested. They also don't show a caller ID which is illegal for a business to do. If you are insured by them through your employer, call your Human Resource dept. to register a complaint. That may be the only thing that will make them quit calling, since they don't want to lose your employer's business.
UHC. I imagine they're fishing for info to wriggle out of paying the bill. They also sent me a form asking if I had other insurance.
UHC member Jun 24th, 2008
Nurse from United Health Care insurance