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Maybe you can ask the FSA company if they can turn off the automatic reimbursement and only reimburse when you submit for it. For our account, the dental claims are automatic but medical are not so I'm thinking there should be a way to code for it, BWDIK.

Ahh, but we tried that already, back in January, when we got the first unsolicited check. They said no problem, and that they wouldn't reimburse us for anything unless we submitted a claim form. Well, it seems that didn't work out.
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