Written by Robert Voss
The other day, I received an email in my personal email account, which was sent on March 5, 2019. The email subject headline states “Get Educated Before Open Enrollment – Discover New Plans Today.” There email came from firstname.lastname@example.org . This website within this email address does not exist. This is kind of odd. Plus, this same email address that sales person has used on other products and services too.
First of all, the open enrollment closed by in December 2018 for this year’s coverage for the healthcare.gov. There are only a few ways to get new health insurance coverage in the Healthcare Marketplace anytime during the year with some exceptions. The next open enrollment for the Healthcare Marketplace is in November 2019. Plus, I already have health insurance coverage for this year.
Here is a side note. There are healthcare insurance independent sales agents who can shop around for healthcare for a price that you can afford. Check your local area for a sales person.
The headline of his advertisement states, “One Stop Shop for Health Insurance.” Then the sub headline states, “Never Pay For More Than You Need.” “We Help Get Access to Major Medial Coverage at the Best Rates.” Act now before it’s too late! Lock in your rate today. “Get my free quote (by clicking this button).” By clicking this button it takes viewers to mail2.basicdrill.com then it forwarded to www.healthinsurance.net .
On the footer of this email it repeat this email address as healthinsurance.net .” “If you would like to unsubscribe from future mailings please click here. By clicking on this link it takes viewers to www.optout-rnqf.net . “…Or write us at: 113 Cherry Street #88030, Seattle, Washington 98104-2205.” “This is an advertisement.” The addressed listed in this email is a virtual headquarters to this home based business.
Overall, this email is spam. Just go ahead and hit the delete button on this email. They are only looking for individuals who have no healthcare coverage that want to buy. Plus, this email was sent from a third party marketing company. As with any advertisement emails do your research before doing business with any company you don’t know. Save your self with a big headache.
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Source of information: First hand information.