433 thoughts on “New Medicare Cards Are on the Way

  1. I am a first year in Medicare from January 1-st, 2019.
    How I have to pay, when, where?

    I didn’t receive my Medicare card yet.
    Thank you

    • Hi. If you get Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) or Civil Service benefits, your Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) premiums will get deducted from your benefit payment. If you don’t get Social Security payments, RRB, or Civil Service benefits, you’ll get a bill called a “Medicare Premium Bill” (CMS-500).
      Normally, if your premium is late, you’ll get a second bill-notice reminding you to pay your premium. Visit http://www.medicare.gov for more information.
      If you have specific questions about your bill or the status of your Medicare coverage, call our toll-free number at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY: 1-800-325-0778). Representatives are available Monday through Friday, between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Generally, you will have a shorter wait time if you call later in the day. We hope this helps.

  2. I signed up for Medicare in December,2019. I received a letter to complete the transaction. I called on December 23. Left my name,number, and message. I was not contacted again. I need my MBI number and card. Please advise today
    Thank you,
    Paula Warnke.

  3. I’ve gone online, filled out forms but will not pay $97 to get a new card. I know I’m eligible to have 3 replacements per year. I misplaced mine and need my medicine. The pharmacy needs this Medicare # today, I need my diabetes Lancers. I’ve also talked to some office where they said they were unable to serve my area. What happened to getting an answer over the phone?

  4. I have lost my WellCare pharmacy prescription card and need to have a new one reissued, how do I get one?

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