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"Direct enrollment (signing up directly on an insurer's website) is not working for any issuers." "Experian" credit reporting agency is "creating confusion with credit check information." "Issuer phone numbers are not appearing correctly on the Pay Now page."
reply to post by elouina
Actually the sign ups for the Medicaid emergency plan was way before the Obamacare was up, one year ago, the problems is that the fund that was assigned to the sign ups ran dry too fast, leaving many people hanging.
When people goes into the Obamacrap web site and look into the insurance exchange to find out how much they will be paying they get a hart attack that is why they can not finish the signing in into the exchange.
I been sarcastic.
Most of the people that are trying to get into Obama site are actually those that do not qualify thinking that Obama is going to be free, the needy and poor.
edit on 31-10-2013 by marg6043 because: (no reason given)
reply to post by AlienScience
Here we go again.
No one claimed it was a race, but certainly even you can see a discrepancy between 4.6 million unique visits to the website with only 6 enrollees. I'm sure any company will view that as a progress and a sign that they will be fiscally solvent.
In order to see this thing as a success we need 7 million enrollees. Well when is this ball supposed to start rolling? Because it certainly doesn't look like it has the acceleration to gain the appropriate velocity to reach the aforementioned 7 million people. Of course, you are a democrat, Obama can do no wrong in your eyes. I'm sure that when this program fails you'll think of some way to blame the Republicans.edit on 1-11-2013 by Krazysh0t because: (no reason given)
Obamacare needs 39,000 enrollments per day in order to reach its goal of 7 million by March 1st.
The administration hopes to get 7 million people enrolled in coverage through the exchanges by the end of March, and millions more on Medicaid.
reply to post by elouina
Is this a race or a competition?
Does someone signing up on day 1 get a prize?
Does it matter how many signed up on the first day or should it matter how many sign up at the end of enrollment?
Keep trying Republicans....keep trying.
Though really, I'd like to know at what point you'd consider this bill a failure. I mean by all accounts, the writing is on the wall. Thousands being kicked off their insurance for petty things like being male and not having prenatal care or maternal care, glitchy website, close to $1 billion spent to make and fix the website, doctors retiring early and citing Obamacare as a reason for it, hospitals are now saying they won't be accepting Obamacare insurances, massive sticker shock among the populace, by all accounts only people with pre-existing conditions and the poor are signing up while the healthy aren't signing up, and probably more things. Does this law have to literally tear our country apart before you'd accept it as bad legislation?