Wisconsin officials warn about possible fraud in health care enrollment
Wisconsin officials are warning residents that fraudulent telemarketers and websites may try to take advantage of their attempts to enroll for health insurance.
"We suspect fraudsters may emerge in the final weeks of the Affordable Care Act's enrollment," Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said in a news release Tuesday.
But there have been few complaints about scams so far, said Sandy Chalmers, an official with the state's Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
Enrollment for individual health insurance plans ends March 31.
In the news release, the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance recommended the following precautions:
The official site is healthcare.gov.