posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 01:17 PM
Why contract with them unless you really needed to visit that particular clinic? I would have suggested you didn't sign, but looks like you already
have. You should have visited another clinic. You signing that document with the witness makes it legally binding, thus you have to abide by its
You don't have to contract with someone if you don't want to. Next time read the contract over before signing and if anything is there that you
disagree with walk out and find another hospital or clinic.
You can revoke that document by writing back to them stating your terms. As I just noticed they put that on the document itself. This is good.
In order for the document to be null and void all you have to do is write a simple letter to the hospital stating you don't wish to have your
information disclosed to a third party... not to be tracked ect.
What the revoke part means is that the entire document can be nullified by you writing them a letter. If the hospital has already contacted a 3rd
party regarding your information it cannot be withdrawn (for obvious reasons cant turn back time.)
If you need any more help don't hesitate to u2u me.
[edit on 6-29-2008 by CPYKOmega]