Health Costs Lure Some Oregonians Into Insurance Scam

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Health insurance costs are tempting consumers to buy phony low-cost coverage — plans that collect premiums but don’t pay claims. Regulators said the scams are leaving hundreds of Oregonians stuck with unpaid bills, reports the Oregonian. Unlicensed health insurers — including between five and 14 in Oregon — covering more than 200,000 people nationwide between
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