With open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act beginning October 1, 2013, scammers are out in full force trying to take advantage of consumer confusion. So it’s important to arm yourself with the knowledge to recognize, refuse and report these scams.
Scammers are calling to solicit personal information in a new healthcare-related scam. The scammer will claim to be calling on behalf of Medicare and will ask for your Social Security number, driver’s license number, bank account number or credit card information for a new “National Insurance Card.”
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act remains a complicated law for many Americans to understand. And because AARP knows that there is a lot of misinformation about the ACA, AARP Colorado is providing two tools via its website to help more people understand how the law works.
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