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    Posted December 20, 2013 by

    Healthcare and Obamare not working yet

    Incredible that Obamacare is still not working properly for many Americans. Many have a soon deadline to fulfill and they haven't been able to do so, including me.

    System is made to run smooth for perfect situations but when it comes to any minor complication or any small mistake, the system makes you start again.

    I have done the application seven times and have had to input the information again and again.

    Today I though it was different... until the system told me that I had to call. When I did the representative had to fill all the application the same way I had done it before by myself.

    All the time I heard apologies came and go.

    The representative made a small mistake and guess what? He had to start again with my application... another 35 minutes.

    We manage to answer all questions properly and at then he took a deep breath and over heard, " come on.. come on".

    "Sorry sir.. I really apologies for the inconvenience, the system can't communicate with the IRS to verify and says that you need to call back in 24 hours" he said. I replied if I had to give all my information back again. "Sir that is a question I can't answer at the moment, thanks you for calling the Healthcare".

    Technical problems that are not commented on TV and online will have a direct impact in the final results of the amount of Americans that can really get Healthcare. Meanwhile others will have to wait until problems are resolved and taken care off to have the famous Healthcare.

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