New Reviewer

Harassment by Bank of America while on a leave of abscence

First let me start by saying, Bank of America has outsourced much of it's human resources department to companies like , Aetna and Hewitt, making them an extension of BOFA human resources. If you are having problems with Aetna, it's most likely done with the approval of BOFA. At first they will deny this. but public records describe this situation as Bofa delegating authority to Aetna and Hewitt. So if you are being harassed by Aetna forget Ersia and go after the Bank through the American with disability act. The act requires your employer to protect you from harmful actions from employees and contractors. They will tell you other wise at first until you file a complaint with the EEOC and suddenly all your problems go away. Its important to know that if you will go this route be prepared to establish that Aetna is a contractor that manages components of the banks HR department and good luck.
View full review
1 comment
#840931

Yea I lost my job due Aetna and how the report the absences "2 weeks" later, so after missing a day under FMLA 2 weeks later I was terminated. Lovely

ID
#502649 Review #502649 is a subjective opinion of poster.
New Reviewer

Bank of America Wage and Hour

I work for Bank of America, when I went on disability they tried to get rid of me even though I was not at work, So I struck back with a wage and hour complaint. Bank of America requires you to be prepared before clocking in. let me explain by what they mean by prepared. This means you must finish work not completed from the day before answering emails, taking online mandated training, following up and resolving clients issues and then bringing up about five different programs that that never work and requires phone calls to tech. Now all this at the time they required you to do before you clocked in. so basically you would work about 15-30 min for free over the years this adds up. So when they found out they settled with me in exchange for not going through the complaint process. They cut me a check for almost 4,000.00. But they didn't do this for anyone else in the same situation. If you worked for bank of America or still do it's not to late to collect back pay. call a lawyer or file a complaint with your state department of labor.
View full review
ID
#502644 Review #502644 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Statesboro, Georgia
Loss
$4000
New Reviewer

I tried to get services Staesboro psychiatric Associate

I had first called this place to make an appointment, I was originally going to be a cash patient as they have just completed in-network privileges with Aetna and Humana. after the r a appointment was set i called my insurers and asked for in- network wavier and was granted by both companies for the mere reason that they are set to become in-network.. My you, they asked me to pay co-insurance and deductible on top of an office visit fee. which would have come out to more than than a cash patient When I complained I was told well this is what we charge and you may wish to cancel this appointment. which I did. I told them this is fraud and will be complaining. Several days later this practice had their attorney email me saying that if if filled a complaint they would sue me! I"m on Social Security they must know they can't garnish this money. So it was an empty threat to designed Harass to shut me up, but rather it did the opposite. My question surly they must have billing disputes! Do they do this to all patients and people looking to become a patient. this is a terrible place do not receive care there. They try to cheat you and then sick their attorney after you suggesting they have been doing this for a while and have something to hide. . Beware of this place
View full review
ID
#501095 Review #501095 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Statesboro, Georgia
Loss
$1