(253) 289-3226 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript Obamacare open enrollment has now begun meaning you can now enroll in a health plan press one to see if you qualify in an Obamacare enrollment did you know that the government is offering assistance to millions of people to help pay for their health coverage many many people that qualify are paying very little and in some cases nothing for their health plans press one to learn more about it and to see if you qualify in an Obamacare enrollment center Press 2 to be placed on the Do Not Call list.
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- Call Activity Last detected 2 months ago
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