Why isn’t the FTC prosecuting Healthcare.gov for false advertising and consumer fraud?

Friday, November 22, 2013
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
Friday, November 22, 2013

Say you were the CEO of a corporation who had spent years pitching a new product in development. Say you promised that the product would do certain things, would not do other things and would work a certain way.

Say you build a website that would serve as the portal for your new product or service. You pitched that for years too, selling it as a one-stop-shop for customers.

Then, say you rolled these products out and, lo and behold, they didn’t perform as promised. They didn’t do what you said they would do. In fact, in many cases, they did precisely the opposite of what you promised, and customers were harmed financially. They were cheated, in essence. Deprived a product or service and sold something else under a false pretense.

Wouldn’t that be against the law?

Absolutely it would. It’s called fraud, and it is prosecutable on the federal level.

There’s no fraud quite like government fraud

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