Does anyone out there have a sample letter of a denial by Medicare due to less working quarters?

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yes i need to see a letter from medicare saying that one cannot be covered because of less working quaters

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How did you "apply for Medicare"? Something here is wrong. Government agencies send official letters on official letterhead with a number to call if there are questions. Just call Social Security 1-800-772-1213 or Medicare 1-800-Medicare to get some answers. This is fishy.
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Also, Medicare is a Federal program that is based on a person have worked for a certain number of years and having "paid into" the system, both via their own contributions and those of their employer. Your mom might also be eligible for Medicaid, a state run system which low income folks are eligible for.
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IK - is English your second language? If so, see if you can get the letters you have received translated. MediCARE since it is a national & federal program has to have their correspondence available in other languages. But these are usually the ones with large population groups (like Spanish, Vietnamese,). See if your local church or a local social service group can help you with all this.
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I don't know. But I would go to the website, call the number for your state and ask them. Medicare.gov
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we had applied for medicare so the response we were waiting for was from medicare but this onehas not even a letter head do they have letterheads?
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If you go to the Medicare.gov website, you can find a phone number to call, also information about how to file an appeal. Did this letter come from Medicare itself, or from a Healthcare provider like a doctor or hospital?
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ooh yes my mother recieved but id doesnt ven have a medicare letter head or their contacts ...
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Did your Grandmother receive such a letter? I can't understand why you would want to see a sample. Could you explain a little more what the problem is, so that we can help?
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