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Bind on demand?

Has anyone ever seen this kind of insurance?

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc

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it covers pr-scrip-ions so im interested.....

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-duym

I'll sound like HR, but just attend one many webinars, just search 'bind' on insidelink. It seems like an interesting option, but need to weigh all options. With anything that's new and different, people will be skeptical, just attend and find out what it's all about, I did.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-8lmy

Reading it's description, if your healthy and just need normal check ups and minor stuff it's cheaper at it's base, if you find you need a major something done they list like 31 things then you have a additional charge levied over a period of time on your premiums. So really this covers the health insurance mandate, covers you for general stuff for a reasonable price. If you have family's and are older then it would not be a great plan to have.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-7jcf

Bind is a separate option. It isn't an add on to the cdhp or hdhp plans.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-7xol

I thought it was in place of the other insurance, not a supplement. Seems like it costs more and covers less though. So I don't see any savings.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-2ivl

Aflac sounds like a better deal, they have a Duck, I would be afraid we would get two letters farther up in the alphabet.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-2yty

Now that you have to have insurance on everything they’ve came up with a brilliant idea of having insurance on insurance. For the price I pay I can’t afford a supplement.

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Post ID: @11LwcSdc-2tyg

Why would you need another policy on top your insurance unless they don't plan on covering you for your primary insurance, also you can start and stop it in the same year?

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