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1815Fake ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers, Plus Personal Information At Risk

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  • Victory USA
    Dec 7, 2013

      http://www.conservativeinfidel.com/obama/obama-administration-admits-126000-enrollments-obamacare-real/

      Obama Administration Admits Over 126,000 Enrollments In Obamacare Not Real!

      December 6th, 2013

      The Free Patriot
      by Brandon Walker

      The Obama Administration is now having to admit that over 126,000 enrollments into the Obamacare system are not real. From fake friends on Twitter, to fake first person to enroll, there is nothing about the system that appears to be real.

      Enrollment is not finalized, the web site crashed live on CNN after declaring “Mission Accomplished”, and now the numbers may be showing duplicate applications. To make matters even more pressing on the enrollment, the payment methods have not even been installed in the new software, which means technically, no one has enrolled. Now they are finding that the new website is even more open to hackers to get your personal data out of the web. To top it off, we get this from the Washington Free Beacon.

      Obama administration officials admitted Monday that roughly 126,000 Americans who successfully navigated the Obamacare website and enrolled in a new health insurance plan might not have officially signed up for their plans, ABC News reports.

      Technical problems surrounding the transfer of an applicant’s personal information from the federal marketplace to the selected insurance company have plagued the system since its launch, making it difficult for insurers to finalize some enrollments. The 834 forms that issuers receive from the system have been riddled with errors, including often duplicate or incomplete information.

      While the front-end of the website has been vastly improved, the back-end glitches remain a serious concern, IT experts and industry officials say.

      The Obama administration suggests individuals who were told by the website that they had successfully signed up should contact their insurance to ensure their coverage actually exists. If it does not, individuals would have to start the process over again.~ Washington Free Beacon

      And they wonder why people don’t want to go to the website? By the way, for those that would like to enroll by phone, need we remind you all that Jay Carney and President Obama both admitted that it still has to be processed through this same system.

      Buyer beware.