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Think it's hard to enroll in ObamaCare? Try getting out of it.
Missouri resident Lesli Hill learned the hard way that terminating an Affordable Care Act plan can be far more difficult than navigating the website to buy one. She spent six weeks being bounced from operator to operator, calling the help line, using the online chat, blasting out emails to anyone who would listen, before ultimately driving to Kansas City last week to enlist her insurance company's help. Only then was she able to break through the bureaucratic logjam, and cancel her policy.
"It's consumed my whole life," she told FoxNews.com, albeit with a hint of relief in her voice as she described the Kafkaesque experience behind her.
"I felt like I'd slipped into a parallel universe. ... It's just as hard to go off as it is to get on."
reply to post by xuenchen
Thank God for Fox news. Without them we may have never learned of this breaking story. Oh the hardship this poor woman endured. Please! More propaganda.edit on 20-1-2014 by kurthall because: (no reason given)
At least you could get out of it.
Needless to say, I had to send that company one more e-mail to let them know that I did get my money back after all, thank you very much.....and that I appreciated all their wonderful courteous help.