I spoke with a very sweet girl who called me promptly after filling out a form on line in reference to seeking health insurance. She told me about a plan that is HALF the price of what I'm paying now, with ALL my current benefits, and they accept my preexisting condition to boot. However, they wanted me to pay a fee up front that switched from $319.00 to $369.00 (and everywhere in between). It seemed like they were coming up with the numbers as we spoke! The plan sounds too good to be true! They offered me a 30-day trial period to "get prescriptions and have my teeth cleaned" and if I didn't like it, I could contact the
Better Buisness Bureau and request my money back. Does that mean they keep all the money from those who reject their insurance plan, and someone else refunds their money? What kind of scam is this? The "manager" told me they have millions of customers with a 95% retaining rate, but all I've read about them online has been horrible! Please tell me what these people are tuly all about! In my experience, if something's too good to be true, it probably is!!!