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'PSMAS has come up with another method of stealing from us'

10 May 2017 at 16:39hrs | Views
Dear Editor,

On realising that their intention to raise medical aid subscriptions is being rejected by the already heavily burdened civil servants, PSMAS has come up with another method of stealing from it's clients.

All clients are now being forced to pay shortfalls on their prescriptions with no explanation as to what the shortfalls are for.

I haven't used their services for 5 years but when I went to see them for a $10 prescription I was forced to pay a shortfall of $2.

On enquiring what the shortfall was for when I haven't been using their services for all these years I was told that they are following a directive.

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