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Avoid Obamacare Scams
©BCL Systems, Inc. September, 2013 all rights reserved
Fake Health Insurance Marketplace Websites
Be Wary of Official Looking Enrollment Websites
To Verify a legitimate website,...
Medicare Scams
If you currently have Medicare Coverage, you don’t need to do anything to
comply with the Affordable Care A...
Fake Navigators
No one from the government
will ask you for personal
information, including health
conditions or bank acco...
If you are not sure, take the person’s name,
phone number, the name of the company and
then either go to the Healthcare.go...
Always keep the name of the person,
the name of the company, their phone
number, address, email and website
If you do get ...
Do Not Provide Bank Information
or Credit Card Information
You do not have to pay to apply for a
Health Insurance Marketpl...
If You Suspect Fraud
Report it to either the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357 or
Healthcare.gov at 1-800-318-2596
If You Found This Information Useful
And don’t forget to visit us at ACAHelper.com for more information
on the Affordable ...
If You Found This Information Useful
And don’t forget to visit us at ACAHelper.com for more information
on the Affordable ...
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Avoid #Obamacare Scams

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Beware individuals who are using #Obamacare to gather your personal information. Review the types of Scams that are showing up and learn ways to avoid becoming a victim.

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Avoid #Obamacare Scams

  1. 1. Avoid Obamacare Scams ©BCL Systems, Inc. September, 2013 all rights reserved
  2. 2. Fake Health Insurance Marketplace Websites Be Wary of Official Looking Enrollment Websites To Verify a legitimate website, go to www.Healthcare.gov where all valid enrollment websites for each State are listed.
  3. 3. Medicare Scams If you currently have Medicare Coverage, you don’t need to do anything to comply with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) The government will never contact you by phone or email for personal information
  4. 4. Fake Navigators No one from the government will ask you for personal information, including health conditions or bank account information. If you don’t know the person, don’t give out any information
  5. 5. If you are not sure, take the person’s name, phone number, the name of the company and then either go to the Healthcare.gov website or call their customer service representative at 1-800-318-2596 If the information is unclear or doesn’t make sense, don’t provide any personal information
  6. 6. Always keep the name of the person, the name of the company, their phone number, address, email and website If you do get assistance
  7. 7. Do Not Provide Bank Information or Credit Card Information You do not have to pay to apply for a Health Insurance Marketplace plan or to receive assistance from a Navigator
  8. 8. If You Suspect Fraud Report it to either the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357 or Healthcare.gov at 1-800-318-2596
  9. 9. If You Found This Information Useful And don’t forget to visit us at ACAHelper.com for more information on the Affordable Care Act This information is being provided for educational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice
  10. 10. If You Found This Information Useful And don’t forget to visit us at ACAHelper.com for more information on the Affordable Care Act This information is being provided for educational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice

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