Is your personal information safe on

You’ve heard about the problems with the federal government’s health insurance marketplace at
It’s becoming increasingly apparent that we can add another significant problem to the list: the security of your person information. And make no mistake, the exchange asks you for a LOT of personal information before you can buy health insurance and receive a premium subsidy from the federal government.
You’ll be providing information such as the date of birth and social security number for every member of your family (including your kids), your address, and information about your income among other things. In other words, it’s a treasure trove for hackers. And given what we’ve seen so far as to the functionality and efficiency of the web portal, it does make you wonder about security.
So, is your personal information safe on
Listen as one South Carolina attorney describes his experience:

What can you do? Tom Dougall’s story underscores one important point:
If you choose to log in to, you need to take action to protect your identity and that of your family. The good news is that you can get good protection for your entire family for $13.95/month.
[button url=””]Click here to learn more and enroll in identity theft protection now[/button] And we’re not just talking about credit monitoring, we’re talking about professional help in cleaning up the mess if your identity is compromised, saving you a lot of time and money.
Most people know John McAfee as the Internet security expert behind the McAfee security system run on many computers. Here’s what he recently said about the security of

“This is insane. So, I will predict that the loss of income for the millions of Americans who are going to lose their identities — I mean, you can imagine some retired lady in Utah, who has $75,000 dollars in the bank, saving her whole life, having it wiped out one day because she signed up for Obamacare. And believe me, this is going to happen millions of times. This is a hacker’s [edit] dream. I cannot believe that they did this”.

Because of our concern about this issue, we’ve researched solutions for our clients in some detail. Lifelock is a good product, but costs $10 per adult and $6-7 per child. The product we’ve selected, Identity Shield, costs $12.95 for you and your spouse, and for a dollar more you can include your kids (that’s $1 total for all your kids).
We’ve purchased this for our own families and encourage you to check it out. If you plan to enroll in an Obamacare health insurance plan (we can help with that too!) through the federal government’s marketplace, this is an absolute no-brainer.
[button url=””]Learn more about Identity Shield and enroll now[/button]