A Plague of Health-Insurance Scams
In June, 2000, Lisa and Dennis Huffstutler were thrilled with their new health insurer, Vanguard Asset Group. Its plan, sold via a trade organization Dennis belonged to, was cheaper than their expiring Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida HMO policy--$4,800 a year, vs. $5,064. They could choose their doctors. And it covered existing conditions--a big plus since Lisa and their 4-year-old son have chronic medical problems.
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