I called Aliera on the phone to get them to help me find a femal doctor that was close to where I live and they told me where one was and that she was in their net work and would accept Aliera Health care. My husband and I both made appointments with her and when we got there the clinic had never heard of Aliera and the clinic called to find out if it was accepted and was told that clinic was not in their net work. I called Aliera and they said that clinics are now changing their networks inclussions so if you make an appointment with a doctor today that is in Aliera’s net work today by the time you get to that dotor’s appointment that doctor may not still be in that net work. In the mean time we are paying 500 bucks a month in insurance premiums automatically out of our credit card each month because thats the only way they accept payment. Automatic.
They got over 5 thousand bucks out of us before we finally got around to actually going to the doctor and finding out that this health care plan is useless. We demanded they cancle our subscription but of course we are out the 5 grand they got out of us. They never paid for a single health care need of eithe of us and now we are back to having no health care coverage at all because we are told our income is over the amount to qulify for a Obama care tax credit so we have to pay full price for any insurance plan we get. The cheapest for my husband me was $1,500 bucks a month for one that did not even cover hardly any thing! So not only can we not afford to pay the $1,500 full price for a health care plan but we will be punished with a tax penalty because we don’t have a plan. This Aliera so called “health care sharing” was the only thing that was affordable for us so we took it, hook, line, and sinker.
Part of it was our own fault for not going to the doctor as soon as we signed up then we would have seen sooner that it all just a big ripp off and we would have been out a few hundred bucks instead of thousands of dollars. If you are looking for health care plan stay away from Aliera and all other forms of any so called “health care sharing” plans. They are nothing but promisses dreams and fantasies. In the end they don’t have enough doctors that work with them and seem to be loosing more and more of them because one day the doctor is in the net work and the next day he is not. And you won’t find that out till you get to the doctor or worse….. until you get the bill.