It’s no secret that the website designed to help Americans sign up for health insurance under the new Affordable Care Act has had technical issues. We’ve heard reports that scammers are taking advantage of the technical glitches to send out fake email messages or posts on social networking websites.
These scams, known as “phishing,” are designed to trick you into installing malicious software or to direct you to fraudulent websites, where you are asked to enter credit card and other personal or financial information.
To avoid getting tricked by these and other kinds of scams, or to minimize the damage they cause:
For more information, see Identity theft protection tools to help you avoid scams.
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@Jairo Galvis Only if you are a victim you can inform.. You can report such scams to the FTC (US-only)