Saturday, March 29, 2014

No More Direct Deposit Chase Visa Only

Maximus no longer handles direct depositing of child support into your personal bank account. What does this mean, you may ask? Well, what this means is if you have child support being collected through the State of Tennessee, you have no other option for receiving your payments, except for the Chase Visa card. Don't bother calling, as they will simply give you the typical run around. They may even give you a phone number to call at the State and tell you that you can receive the paperwork for direct depositing through them. This is not true. They have simply done away with the option. This card charges you for checking your balance, and using the card. You can, however, login to your card at https://www.myaccount.chase.com/chp, and transfer the money from the card to your bank account. To make a long story short, people are stuck with this card whether they want it, or not. End of story.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Have You Been Overpaying Your Child Support? READ THIS!

If you are a non-custodial parent, concerned about your child support payments, or over payments, then you need to read this article. How To Destroy A Nuclear Physicist by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. It will astound and amaze you, not to mention, provide insight into dealing with Maximus Child Support.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Here a scam, there a scam, everywhere a scam scam!

Yet another article sent to me by one of my readers, which shows how DHS and Maximus work hand in hand to scam, scam, scam! This article is about the State of Arizona working hand in hand with Maximus to overcharge the federal government more than $12 million dollars through their medicaid program. There is also a questionable $18.8 million in billing still to be reviewed and audited. The Federal government is recommending that Arizona repay the money. Don't forget to take note of the part in the article where it mentions that Maximus, in 2007, had to repay the federal government $30 million dollars for helping employees in Washington, D.C. submit false Medicaid claims. Thanks for the article, A! :)