Your work colleague is undoubtedly using the CPC credential with intent to deceive. Yes, you have to pay your dues and get the requisite CEU's. Everyone else has to abide by the rules and regulations..why should your colleague be any different? AAPC should look into the matter. If employers checked the credentials of their employees every year this wouldn't happen. I'm sure this isn't an isolated case.
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