Well, I wouldnt have been so pissy over 2.50, except for the fact that the receptionist had an attitude about it AND decided to ignore me while I am wrestling with my caffeinated toddler trying to figure out 1)how I could owe their office 2.50 and 2)just trying to find out how much I have to pay for the visit, to talk to some twitty woman about some jeans she had brought in to the office for sale. When I finally got her attention again she rolled her eyes like "oh, you're still here?" and asked me if I was going to take care of it or not. I told her I would pay for the office visit but no, not the 2.50 as I will be investigating that since I tell them every time I go that I pay full price and if they miss-charged me then its not my fault, its theirs.
So now, I have a computer print out of my office visits and what I payed (and it really makes no sense to me but anyways) and I will be receiving my explanation of benefits for the past two years from my insurance company next week. Next, I am going to add up all the EXTRA money they have received from my insurance company and then go in and inform them of how much money they actually owe ME. I know its a measly 2.50, but its the principle of the matter. When I over pay at my gynecologists office, they cut me a check and send it out, but this office has not ONCE done that, and the receptionist needs a swift kick in the ass and some lessons in customer service.