For those of you living in the US, don't ever, EVER, enter your phone number in what "looks like" a government health care site. Me, being self employed, missed the cut-off for health insurance, so I casually went online to what "looked like" a California insurance site. I entered my phone number. That was in mid February. I have been averaging 20 calls a day, from different numbers all throughout US, from the "National Health Enrollment Center," starting at 5 AM my time. That's right, 5 in the morning. Apparently they don't grasp that there's a time change within the US even! Gasp! I've repeatedly asked them to take me off their list, to no avail.
Upon further investigation, this slimy company's parent company is an even slimier company called Premier, out of Florida, I think. They are a pure scam, in the WORST sense, from what I'm reading. Getting people's credit card and bank info and charging them for what the consumer THINKS is insurance, but is nothing of the kind!
I keep telling them I'm not interested and am reporting them to the Department of Insurance, and they laugh and hang up on me. Incredibly rude! (but I've noticed the calls have dwindled the last day and a half since I told them that)
Just wanted to post this as a warning.....stay away.