Bakersfield’s spouse doesn’t advocate insurance coverage fraud and large-scale theft

Posted: Feb 19, 2021 / 8:07 am PST
Updated: Feb. 19, 2021 / 8:26 am PST

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – A Bakersfield woman accused of filing 16 fraudulent insurance claims made no objection to a single count of theft and insurance fraud.

Dixie Page took part in the no-contest pleas on Thursday and 15 other cases of false health care claims were dismissed, according to court records. The conviction takes place on April 19th.

Page, who was 40 in June, filed 16 fraudulent claims with AFLAC from April 2017 to July 2019, according to the California Department of Insurance. She filed claims related to medical procedures performed on her and her loved ones at Kaiser Permanente and Omni Family Health – procedures that both Kaiser and Omni said were never performed.

AFLAC paid $ 1,185 based on their claims, the department said.

In a previous, similar case, Page was convicted of insurance fraud for submitting multiple insurance claims for payment with intent to fraud, the department said.

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