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Man’s personal info stolen after using Obamacare website

Joe Schoffstall • February 05, 2014

A Virginia man’s personal information has been stolen after he signed up for Obamacare on the website. Now, he’s questioning if the website is the reason why. “There’s a possibility someone got my personal information from your website,” Virginia Beach resident Rich Guillory said in a video shot by WVEC-VA while speaking on the phone. […]

California receives additional $155 million grant for Obamacare promotion, topping $1 billion total

Joe Schoffstall • January 31, 2014

Covered California has received an additional $155 million in federal grant money, pushing the total amount the state  was awarded to promote the health care law past the $1 billion mark. According to the group’s website, the money will primarily be used for outreach, marketing, enrollment assistance, staffing and technology. Before this grant, Covered California […]

Obamacare Website has no working payment system

Stephen Gutowski • November 19, 2013

“We still need to build the payments systems to make the payments” Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Deputy Chief Information Officer Henry Chao told an Energy and Commerce oversight subcommittee hearing today. The revelation, first reported by Politico’s Jessica Meyers,  comes less than a month before consumers must make payments on Obamacare policies which go […]

Second O’Keefe video exposes more Obamacare Navigators telling people to commit fraud

Joe Schoffstall • November 14, 2013

James O’ Keefe’s Project Veritas has released a second video showing even more Obamacare Navigators in Texas suggesting fraud and deceit to undercover reporters — despite some in the mainstream media calling the first exposé an “isolated incident.” “Today, Project Veritas released a second investigation exposing more Obamacare navigators counseling applicants to lie and cheat […]

Report: Pre-launch test showed could only handle 2 percent of projected users

Joe Schoffstall • November 08, 2013

On September 30, just one day before went live, a pre-launch test was underway. Despite the Obama administration’s projections of 50,000-60,000 users at a time, it was found the website could only handle a mere 1,100 simultaneous visitors– or about 2 percent of projections. Rep. Darrell Issa (R- Cali.), Chairman of the House Oversight and […]