BBB warns of fake Affordable Care Act websites, scams

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The Better Business Bureau warns computer hackers are creating phony Affordable Care Act websites and asking for consumers’ personal information, such as Social Security and bank account numbers.

To make sure you have the accurate site, the bureau says don’t use a Google search for help. Go directly to, which can lead you to websites owned by individual states.

Also, check for a digital certificate and ignore unsolicited phone calls or Emails.

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    People please be advised this is not free health care. Please read the details of obamacare before you sign up like a dumb sheep. Hell with the site this is most outagous idea of the 21st century . People need to really get they head out of their a$$ and start doing some research. Americans are the dumbest people on the planet because you think you are free and prosperous, but you are nothing more than a indentured servant for the gov.

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