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I have tried for hours to get information from this VERY user unfriendly mess you call a web site.
I have tried to register and it will not accept my ID.
     
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Alain on 2010-11-17:
Probably no sense in wasting your time. AARP's been selling it's logo to anyone who'll pay for it so it may or may not be a good product. If you can't get answers, don't bother buying it.
dmnksm on 2010-12-07:
It is user friendly first of all enter your id without the dash 01, put all the numbers before it.
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Nobody wants to take this insurance
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Had bought breathing meds through United Medical and they refused insurance anymore because they are not paid enough to cover their cost.
Mediquest also refuses to take this card for my batteries for the same reason as above. What is going on here? I am not happy about any of it.
     
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jktshff1 on 2010-08-17:
The association against retired people is in in for their own agenda and $$$ stay away from them.
Starlord on 2010-08-17:
I have quit the AARP and am officially joining AMAC (Association of Mature America Citizens.) I am doing this first of all because of AARP's support of and lobbying for Obamacare, a bill we can ill afford. In addition, all those insurance offers we are bombarded with on TV, in the mail and in email, most of which we are excluded from for some unkonwn reason (Not available in WA or NJ.)
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