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December 4, 2007

Health Insurance Sales Not Always Truthful

Here’s a shocker.  Insurance salespeople are not always truthful about what their policies may cover.  In an interesting and innovative approach to make sure health insurance agents are not misleading the public, Kerry Weems, Chief of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare, has asked his staff to sit in on sales pitches to consumers and/or act as “secret shoppers” for health insurance.  The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare has specific requirements for what insurance companies may tell prospective buyer of policies.  The results have led to sanctions for some insurance companies.

You may read the article here from the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

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