After the entry of an order appointing Cordes & Company as receiver, a health benefits provider terminated benefits for a group of mostly hourly employees, and made the termination two years retroactive. The health benefits provider asked all healthcare providers who had been paid by the plan during that two-year period to refund all benefits. As a result, employees started receiving bills for two-years-worth of medical services. Soon, collection agencies were calling, wages were being garnished and credit scores were suffering. We filed a motion seeking a finding of contempt against the health benefits provider. Because of our efforts, the case resulted in a judgment against the provider that eliminated these consumer debts and required the provider to repay the improper reimbursements. This result was a big relief for the employees, many of whom had modest means and little ability to fight these actions on their own.