Phony health insurance plans on the rise in US


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  • Tuesday, 02 Sep 2003

WASHINGTON: Phony health insurers are pocketing millions of dollars in premiums while leaving their victims with huge, unpaid medical bills, according to a report released last Thursday.  

Such scams are on the increase because of rises in legitimate premiums, according to The Commonwealth Fund, a New York-based independent foundation studying health policy that published the report.  

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