An Oklahoma man is distressed over the lack of identity safety of Obamacare and is alerting others about it after he received a suspicious piece of mail from the Department of Health and Human Services, KWTV reports.
A letter from the Health Insurance Marketplace, the division of government where Americans can enroll in Obamacare, was sent to Kini Kay last week. The letter listed his address and an application ID (similar to an eight digit number), and asked him to confirm his information and visit healthcare.gov.
The letter also claimed that he submitted an application for health coverage. But Kay never signed up for Obamacare and says he has “never been anywhere near that website.”
The letter warned of the March 31 enrollment deadline and threatened to deny Kay’s tax credits should he not make contact with the division within 45 days of the letter being issued. The letter is dated April 1. Kay did not receive the letter until April 14.
Kay expressed his frustration with the Obamacare letter: “Sentence after sentence- it’s bizarrely contradictory and confusing. And it’s dishonest. I never started an application.”