Coverage for you and/or your family members ends on the earliest of the following dates:
- The last day of the month in which:
- You die;
- A family member ceases to be eligible (for example, a child reaches age 26);
- You become a suspended retiree
- You, as a retiree, or your eligible family member becomes eligible for Medicare and for the ExxonMobil Medicare Supplement Plan;
- Your former employer discontinues participation in the Plan;
- You do not make any required contribution;
- You are rehired by Exxon Mobil Corporation after retirement as an employee or non-regular employee
- The Retiree Medical Plan ends;
- You enrolled an ineligible family member and in the opinion of the Administrator-Benefits, the enrollment was a result of fraud or a misrepresentation of a material fact.
You are responsible for ending coverage with Benefits Administration when your enrolled spouse or family member is no longer eligible for coverage. If you do not complete your change within 60 days, any contributions you make for ineligible family members will not be refunded.
Loss of eligibility
Everyone in your family may lose eligibility for Retiree Medical Plan coverage if you file claims for benefits to which you are not entitled. Coverage may also be terminated if you refuse to repay amounts erroneously paid by the Retiree Medical Plan on your behalf or that you recover from a third party. Your participation may be terminated if you fail to comply with the terms of the Retiree Medical Plan and its administrative requirements. You may also lose eligibility if you enroll persons who are not eligible, for instance, by covering children who do not meet the eligibility requirements. This includes failing to provide timely notification of when a covered family member loses eligibility, e.g., spouse loses coverage. Termination may be retro-active to the date of coverage.
In the event a retiree is rehired and is eligible for the ExxonMobil Medical Plan, the retiree and eligible family members are no longer eligible for the EMRMP and coverage is rescinded for all periods during which the retiree is employed. The rehired retiree and eligible family members will be enrolled retroactively in the EMMP until the earlier of failure to comply with the administrative requirements of the EMMP or re-employment ends. Any claims paid during such periods of employment under the EMRMP will be reprocessed under the EMMP.