Maine Story from Paula H.

by Author Self Published | Friday, February 28, 2014
Maine Story from Paula H.

I moved to Maine in October of 2013 and dealt with Cheney insurance for my home and car insurance.  I received a letter from them saying they had a representative, Rachel to help me through the signup process for health insurance.  I had received notification from my previous health insurance carrier that my monthly payment would be going up from $577 to $714 monthly with an out of pocket of almost $5,000.  Because I have an ongoing health condition, I always reach my out of pocket for the year.  I was going to have to pay around $13,000 in 2014 for my health insurance.

Rachel was able to easily find me a plan that, with financial help, only costs me $3.20 a month.  I do have an out of pocket of $6,350 which is still alot of money, but HALF of what I was expecting to pay.

Rachel was almost as giddy as I with the savings!

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