In the wake of the United States Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is warning consumers to watch out for questionable health care insurance offers or government program notifications. Uninsured or under-insured consumers are prime targets.
“Phone calls, letters and emails may include official-sounding entity names and bold deadlines, but be skeptical. If it’s an optional service, it should be marketed accordingly,” said Kim States, BBB President.
Be alarmed if offers seem unexpected, forceful or overly enticing. Report suspicious solicitations to BBB Scam Source at bbb.org/us/scam-source.
Those interested in health care programs are responsible for studying possible plans and seeking providers. Find resources at healthcare.gov.