Obamacare website intentionally gives false Pricing

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The Obamacare website is intentionally misleading applicants by quoting prices well below the actual price.  They also have a caveat posted that says your actual price could be lower.  But nowhere does it say it could be higher.  But when applicants connect with their insurance companies, the prices they get are as much as double what the Obamacare site gives them.

CBS did a report on the prices and it’s a very informative and scathing rebuke of the website.  CBS reporter, Jan Crawford reports, “The administration announced it would provide a new ‘shop and browse’ feature Sunday, but it’s not giving consumers the real picture.  In some cases, people could end up paying nearly double of what they see on the website…”

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