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NAIC fraud alert highlights consumers' PPACA ignorance

No, Virginia, you won't go to jail for lack of insurance, but you will pay a penalty

Consumers who fail to sign up for insurance won't go here, but PPACA fraudsters might (AP Photo/Matt York)
Consumers who fail to sign up for insurance won't go here, but PPACA fraudsters might (AP Photo/Matt York)

Health insurance agents, make sure all of your licensing is up to date.

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is warning that that people posing as insurance agents or representatives of the federal government are trying to obtain sensitive information like Social Security and bank account numbers in attempts to sell fake policies under Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

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