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  • EXCLUSIVE: Just 51,000 people completed Obamacare applications during the website's first week..

    10/10/2013 1:59:33 PM PDT · by CivilWarBrewing · 161 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | October 10, 2013 | David Martosko
    Obamacare's main signup engine attracted just 6,200 new customers on its launch day and 51,000 after the first weekAt the same rate, the 6-month open enrollment period would sign up just 2 million Americans, including 14 states and D.C., which have their own insurance exchangesThe Congressional Budget Office says Obamacare needs at least 7 million customers to stay afloat financiallyNumerous Obama administration officials have denied seeing any enrollment figures at allMailOnline's sources are two Health and Human Services workers who have access to the data as it's crunchedTexas congressman says anemic national enrollment numbers are 'roughly the population of...
  • Credit Scores Impact new Affordable Care Act Premiums

    ORLANDO, Fla. - Many people signing up for health care in Florida through the Affordable Care Act have been shocked when they have to give proof of their credit score before they finish the process. Anne Packham, one of many people licensed by the state to help people navigate the government's website, said on Tuesday that the credit check occurs so providers can make an educated decision about who to insure.
  • Credit scores impacting new Affordable Care Act

    10/08/2013 6:56:31 PM PDT · by moovova · 97 replies
    ClickOrlando/WKMG ^ | Louis Bolden
    ORLANDO, Fla. - Many people signing up for health care in Florida through the Affordable Care Act have been shocked when they have to give proof of their credit score before they finish the process. Anne Packham, one of many people licensed by the state to help people navigate the government's website, said on Tuesday that the credit check occurs so providers can make an educated decision about who to insure.
  • Hackers steal hundreds of thousands of Social Security numbers

    04/10/2012 11:12:03 AM PDT · by Doogle · 12 replies
    FOXNEWS ^ | 04/10/12 | AP via FOX
    SALT LAKE CITY – An additional 750,000 people had their personal information stolen by hackers, state health officials said Monday after discovering that the thieves downloaded thousands more files of data than authorities initially believed. Officials originally estimated that about 24,000 people had their records stolen after a computer tracked to Eastern Europe infiltrated a server beginning March 30, then changed that number to 182,000 victims. Health officials now believe a total of nearly 900,000 people have had their personal data stolen. SUMMARY ARE YOU AT RISK?: About 280,000 victims had their Social Security numbers stolen and approximately 500,000 other...
  • Freeper needs advice: "Background check" websites

    12/15/2007 3:24:50 AM PST · by Timeout · 38 replies · 76+ views
    12/15/07 | Timeout
    I need to do a background check on someone...public records and criminal history. Will pay for a good search. I've looked at a lot of the web sites, but have read that some of them are scams. Has anyone used a good one? Any suggestions or insights? Should I just hire a private detective to do it? Thanks
  • Richfield Man Faces Identity Theft Charges (from Wells Fargo Home Mortgage customers)

    11/15/2003 8:55:28 PM PST · by Egon · 9 replies · 361+ views
    KARE11 News (NBC Affiliate) ^ | 11/12/2003 11:13:45 PM | KARE
    Richfield Man Faces Identity Theft Charges A Richfield man is facing charges for stealing customers' identities while working at a bank mortgage processing office. Wells Fargo hired thirty-two-year-old Calvin Robinson through a temporary agency it says it believed was running run background checks on employees. Police say Robinson started stealing credit almost immediately after he was hired. Police say he confessed to some of the alleged crimes, but Robinson told KARE 11 he did nothing wrong. The agency said it runs background checks only when clients request the service. Wells Fargo, which fired Robinson after three days, had given him...