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3 Must-Know Medicare Secrets That Can Save You Thousands!

Our colleagues at Weiss Ratings have an important message about secrets the insurance industry doesn't want you to know. Please take a moment to read their message about their must-have guide that will provide you with everything you need to know to protect yourself.


The Money and Markets Team

Dear ,

As you may know, Medicare Open Enrollment began two weeks ago and ends on December 7.

But as you may not know, this year (like every year), millions of American seniors will overpay for Medicare Supplement insurance by thousands of dollars.

And this is money you should NEVER have to pay...

In fact, our 2016 research found over 3,500 examples of insurance companies grossly overcharging for supplemental insurance. For example, a senior living in New Hampshire could be overpaying for Medigap insurance by more than $6,015 per year. Another in Pennsylvania by more than $8,072 per year. And a Florida couple could have been taken for more than $10,460 per year!

Multiply that by 5 years... 10 years... and you can see how easy it is for these unscrupulous insurance providers to drain your nest egg dry.

And frankly, we find it appalling.

So, if you or a loved one are covered by Medicare, or are about to sign up, we’re going to help you avoid overpaying for your Medicare supplement insurance by telling you the 3 Medicare secrets they don’t want you to know:

Secret 1: All Medicare Supplement Plans Are Identical
This is a big one, and it’s crucial to understand: All the Medicare Supplement insurance plans (and there are ten of them... Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, etc.), are standardized by the U.S. government.

This means the coverage insurance companies provide for each plan must be identical. All Plan A coverage is the same from every provider, all Plan B coverage is the same from every provider, and so on-right across the board.

So, an insurance provider cannot add additional benefits to their Plan A, or decide not to include certain benefits in their Plan C.

Why is this so important to know? Because...

Secret 2: Higher Premiums Don’t Mean Better-or More-Coverage
If your broker tells you a certain company is more expensive because it has extra coverage other providers don’t have for that plan-run. They’re lying. (Probably to pad their commissions... but that’s just our opinion.) As we said above, all providers must adhere to the standard for each plan.

Since the plans are all standardized and are all the same, the higher premium from one provider doesn’t mean you are getting more coverage than you would from a provider charging a lower premium.

And believe me, some insurance providers like to charge as much as they possibly can for these plans. We found differences in insurance company premiums for the exact same coverage so dramatic we had to double check to make sure our data was accurate. (It was.)

You can see actual results from our research here, but we found differences in premiums as high as $4,257 more per year, $5,232 more per year, up to as much as $8,072 more per year than the least expensive premium for that plan. And when you remember that the coverage for these plans is identical, we think you’ll agree charging $8,000 more per year for the same coverage is just outrageous.

But guess what else you don’t get for the extra money they’re trying to charge you? (This one really made us angry...)

Secret 3: Higher Premiums Don’t Guarantee a Stronger Provider
Now, you may be wondering if the higher premiums are coming from providers who are stronger, and more financially stable.

Well we can tell you that’s not the case. In many instances we find the exact opposite is true... The highest premiums are coming from companies with very low Weiss Safety Ratings.

In fact, we uncovered one D+ rated company charging over $8,000 per year more than an A- rated provider! And this isn’t an isolated incident...

We found at least half the insurance companies in America are overcharging you for Medicare Supplement policies. And many are grossly overcharging.

How do we know?

Because we have been collecting Medicare insurance data for more than two decades, and have been rating insurance companies for over 40 years... Which means we have information no one else has. Not insurance companies. Not your agent or broker. Not even the federal Medicare administration has it. (In fact, the government buys data from us.)

And since we don’t sell insurance or partner with insurance providers-and never will-we have no problem telling you the unvarnished truth about what to look for (and look out for), when deciding on a provider... As well as which providers to avoid.

Our job is strictly to supply you with a report that details everything you need to know to save yourself a lot of money. All in one easy-to-read guide, completely customized to you and your specific needs, in just minutes.

There’s no reason you or anyone in your life has to fall victim to the games insurance providers play.
If you or a loved one are even thinking about purchasing Medicare supplement insurance this year, it’s critical you get a copy of this customized guide.

Click here to get yours today.

To your safe and secure financial future,

The Weiss Ratings Team

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