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Don’t Fall for These Healthcare Scams

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Don’t Fall for These Healthcare Scams

by Martha C. White | Time | November 10, 2015

Don’t Fall for These Healthcare Scams!

Sovereign Solutions Editor’s Note:

Beyond the inherent and relatively little talked about core problem with the healthcare markets such as they are in the US healthcare system, this season is the time especially to beware more topical and obvious [and most easily dealt with immediately] healthcare scams.

It is open season for fools and their money! Don’t let healthcare scams make a fool out of you and possibly make this a very un-merry Christmas or holiday season for you and your family!

How, you may ask…

Well, it is open enrollment season for healthcare insurance. And the lower tiered Liars, Looters, and Losers are in full operations mode to separate you and I from our money.

Lower tiered people and entities are those more or less not systemically embedded in the prevailing healthcare system. They exclude the major players and, fortunately, even attract the scorn from mainline media. 

As you will probably notice, much of the scamming comes about through the fact that there is an unnecessary middle-man between you and your healthcare, much of the time governmental organizations. Healthcare scams would not really be a thing if insurance was truly insurance and much of healthcare services were paid for in cash.

All things aside though, reading the hyperlinked article as well as the additional critical source as identified below this post, will help you to IMMEDIATELY avoid healthcare scams! 

Additionally, wouldn’t it be nice to tell your loved ones, especially the more and truly vulnerable elderly, with this information? 


It’s open enrollment season for health insurance, which means it’s also prime time for scammers looking to prey on people trying to find affordable medical coverage, prescription plans, and the like.

This year, both Medicare and the Affordable Care Act have given scammers new scripts and scare tactics to peddle. Here are one to beware.

Bogus bureaucrats: Since the Affordable Care Act is still relatively recent and can be complicated to understand, scammers can take advantage of people by calling and posing as official helpers or government liaisons. Hang up the phone. Real professionals “don’t call you, they work at charities and community groups to help people choose plans,” says Linda Sherry, director of national priorities for the advocacy group Consumer Action. And even if you did get a legitimate call, nobody from any ACA assistance program should ever ask you for money.

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