The Idaho Department of Insurance is alerting Idaho residents about a possible scam by a company using deceptive practices to market health insurance in Idaho. Your Health Idaho, Idaho’s health insurance exchange, has received complaints from consumers about an organization called "National Enrollment Center".
Multiple attempts to contact this company went unanswered or were disconnected.
“Idaho residents should be wary of phone solicitations for medical insurance”, said John B. Sullivan, President of American Insurance. “It is far safer for consumers to work with local agents that are known to you and are regulated by the Idaho Department of Insurance. There is local assistance available from Exchange/Marketplace certified agents at no cost who will help you quote all available plans, see if you qualify for premium subsidy, discuss your individual health coverage needs and then secure you the ACA qualified health plan of your choice.”
The Department of Insurance has a list of tips and information for consumers who are contacted by anyone attempting to sell insurance:
For more information or help with medical insurance please contact us at American Insurance.
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