Abbas Mohammadi, DDS PC T/A Columbia Dental Reviews (1)
607.70 was paid on 2/11/2013 via check and send to the new haven office. Billing office ignores this and sends a charge of 607.70 to collections.
Dr. [redacted] was seen by my insurance company as a non participating dentist since she was new and columbia dental did not complete her paperwork with [redacted] as a participating dentist.
After incurring a charge at [redacted] and paying a copay the insurance company mailed payment to me for the balance of the bill. I called the insurance company and they told me to deposit the check in my account. I did. I then mailed a personal check for 607.70 to the new haven office and they deposited it in their account.
I then spoke to [redacted] who said the payments should be sent to her office rather then the new haven office. I sent all future payments for other services at columbia dental that the insurance company sent to me to The billing office but I continued to receive a bill for 607.70. I submitted proof of the payment via a canceled check to the billing office but [redacted] has now submitted this to a collections company even though my check for 607.70 was already deposited in the columbia dental account.
Columbia Dental is double billing for service because they do not keep proper records of payments.