The Virginia Attorney General’s office is warning consumers that scams to entice people as they seek to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act are cropping up around the U.S.
It was also Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for governor, who was the first to challenge the Affordable Care in Act in Federal Court. He maintains the law is unconstitutional.
Now, his office-along with the Federal Trade Commission-- is warning that identity thieves are trying to cash-in by siphoning off personal and financial information through deceptive means. State officials are advising consumers to beware if they are not initiating the contact.
Just this weekend, Attorney General Cuccinelli denounced Obamacare as deeply flawed, calling it a national embarrassment.