Re: [IP] re: Trying to Upgrade to 530G - FEELING FRUSTRATED!
I used that same form. It asks for your payment info, but it's just to save
time so they have one less thing to ask you when they're ready to ship.
They didn't charge my card until they shipped the pump. Now I just have to
remember to send the old pump in so I can get $400 of that refunded to my
On Jan 21, 2014 12:43 PM, "Signe Myhren" <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I thought I'd feel safer speaking with a rep. from Medtronic,
> so I phoned and attempted to order the 530 G in that manner. I was told I
> have to go online. I set up an account, and all was well until I
> came to the page where they wanted me to insert my credit card number.
> The price listed was $799.00, and although I read earlier that I'd get
> money back when I returned my current pump, NOWHERE did it say when they
> going to post that $799.00 charge to my credit card. It would seem unfair
> Medtronic to take the money now, and not deliver the pump
> for three months. I am assuming three months, since the web page stated
> it should take 90 days after ordering it to actually get the pump in my
> Is there some small print
> I missed, somewhere, that said I would not be charged until they
> shipped the pump to me?
> I have e-mailed the local Medtronic rep, but I'm posting the question
> here as
> well for two reasons (1) Many of you have already placed your orders and
> (2) The
> Medtronic spies (who, thank you, helped me to get a box of SofSensors AND
> charged them to my insurance before 2013 was over) are likely lurking here!
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