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MNsure stirs frustrated feedback

April 4, 2014

FAIRMONT — Local insurance brokers have a lot of unanswered questions about MNsure, based on the response to a presentation given Thursday by a MNsure community outreach liaison....

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Apr-04-14 4:14 AM

Yesterday(Thursday)they were discussing on CNN the newest and most recent problem Obamacare is facing is the number of new people signed up, but can't pay their premiums and now face possible cancellation. They said this will become the new focus of concern that we will be hearing about in the coming weeks. What will they do with the number of people who signed because they had to, but aren't able to pay their premiums and get cancelled?

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Apr-04-14 6:36 AM

Are you kidding me? Easy? Just call the help center? This system is anything but easy (although I understand that some didn't have any problems). If you had a question & you called, after waiting literally 3 or more hours on hold, the person on the phone wouldnt know the answer or you received a different answer that someonne else got. After 3 months, I finally got insurance. But one letter will say I qualify for the tax credit but the system won't give it to me. I just haven't had the heart to call again. This system, sorry to say is a joke. BTW I got my ins. for just a little less tha I used to pay but instead of a $3000 ded I now have a $750 ded. so I do have better coverage at least.

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Apr-04-14 7:55 AM

Pay the premiums??? - with my money?????

I thought all I had to do was sign up.

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Apr-04-14 11:17 AM

I signed up my family on the online system. It took about 20 minutes. Ran into a glitch, so called the call center. I talked to a real person in about 45 seconds. Problem was solved in less than 5 minutes. We are all covered for a completely reasonable premium with lower deductibles than I have ever had. We are very happy with the system.

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Apr-04-14 3:23 PM

The sad thing is there were 30 million **un-insured** when this Obama debacle started. In ten years there will still be 30 million "un-insured". Either because they can't afford it, refuse to buy it, or don't want government sh*t crammed down their throat.

Btw, I am all for the change from denying "pre-existing conditions". Why couldn't we have just changed that and call it good for a couple of years? Washington, DC cannot solve all problems.

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