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When HealthCare.gov opened on Oct. 1, 2013, the site was so crippled by technical glitches that critics questioned whether people would be able to sign up for coverage at all.
Skeptics are now concerned about a far more insidious problem with the website three years later…
On Monday, CNBC reported on a study conducted by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office (GAO). The agency found that it was astoundingly easy to commit Obamacare fraud.
All the GAO had to do was create 12 fake identities to obtain healthcare subsidies through the HealthCare.gov website this year. The site did direct 11 of these 12 applicants to submit extra documentation to prove their eligibility – a good security measure. But still in some cases, the GAO’s fake identities obtained subsidies without proper proof of immigration or citizenship status, reportedCNBC.
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