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Two unfortunate truths about Medicare.

Dear ,

Dr. Martin Weiss

Medicare Open Enrollment just began and ends December 7.

But if you or someone you care about is about to sign up — or is currently covered by Medicare — there are two unfortunate truths about Medicare you need to know:

First, there is a huge gap between what your doctor or hospital charges you and what Medicare covers.

Medicare was never designed to cover all your regular medical bills. And if you get seriously ill or suffer a major accident, you could find yourself owing tens of thousands — or even hundreds of thousands — of dollars in medical bills.

The single best solution is an insurance policy that covers most of that gap — a Medigap policy. BUT that leads me to ...

The second unfortunate truth: At least half the insurance companies in America are overcharging you for Medigap policies, and many are grossly overcharging.

How do I know? Because my company, Weiss Ratings, is the only one in the country who has the data and can find the few safe companies that can save you a not-so-small fortune.

We don't sell insurance — never have and never will. Nor do we represent any of the insurance companies, directly or indirectly. Our job is strictly to give you a custom report with all the specific names and numbers you need to save a lot of money.

The details are in my free report, The Great Healthcare Rip-off of 2015. In it, I show you how to get:

  • The important answers to your most urgent healthcare questions.

  • The vital information you need to secure the best combination of savings and safety with Medigap policies. (Information nearly impossible to get from your agent — or anyone else.)

  • A complete list of nearly all insurance carriers in your area and what they are offering you right now for EACH Medigap plan based on your personal circumstances. Plus, your actual current price quotes.

  • Ratings for every company in your personalized report.

  • Savings of up to as much as $5,000 per year on your insurance; and much more!

There is no reason you or anyone in your life has to fall victim to the convoluted health care system we have today.

Just click here to receive your FREE report immediately.

Good luck and God bless!


Weiss Ratings
4400 Northcorp Parkway, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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