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"Your not covered" email proves: Bad grammar=scam

Posted by: Alejandra Matos under Buyer beware, Scams Updated: September 26, 2013 - 10:04 AM


Here is another example of the e-mails that are hitting inboxes as the Affordable Care Act requirements roll out.

This one is not legitimate, as is obvious by the bad grammar. The header should read "you're not covered," though good grammar is hardly a sign of good intentions.

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