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If you followed the steps below, my suggestion is that you contact your local social security office and schedule an appointment with a supervisor. Explain to the supervisor what has transpired and hopefully he or she can expedite the dis-enrollment process for you. SEE BELOW:
To disenroll, you’re required to submit a form (CMS-1763) that must be completed either during a personal interview at a Social Security office or on the phone with a Social Security representative. For an interview, call the Social Security Administration at 1-***-***-****, or your local office.
Medicare insists on an interview to make sure you know the consequences of dropping out of Part B—for example, that you might have to pay a late penalty if you want to re-enroll in the program in the future.
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I did inform you how to contact a supervisor. I mentioned that you should contact your local social security office and schedule a meeting with a supervisor. This statement is mentioned in the very first line.
While I am familiar with some social security processes, I am not familiar with them all, therefore, I am going to opt out so that someone else may be able to assist you.