Las Vegas, NV, December 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Local Las Vegas agent Shelly Rogers with the Nevada Insurance Enrollment Marketplace has been flooded with complaints that her customers have not been able to finish their application online. Something the entire country has been having problems with. So after months of hearing the government agencies tell her and her customers that the website, and the application process that goes along with it, would be fixed; she realized that something needed to be done….and quick.
Mrs. Rogers said, “I was sitting at my desk, and realized the deadline for enrollment was coming up, and knew I had to do something. Just a few years ago, paper applications were the only way to file an application, but at 64 pages, I swore I’d never do a paper application again. But at this point, you gotta do what you gotta do, so I decided to go back to the old system.”
Her idea? To have clients download the paper application from her website, fill it out completely, and send it back to her. After she reviews it for errors, she will then hand deliver the application to the Nevada Health Link office. This way, it completely circumvents the website and the problems associated with it.
She even offers to pick up the application from the customer, although she figures most will be faxed or e-mailed in. All at no charge. She stated “I offer this service, and all my services, free of charge.”
To access this service, simply go to http://nevadainsuranceenrollment.com/nevada-health-link-paper-application/
She asks, “If you know of anyone having problems enrolling on the Nevada Health Link website…. please forward this announcement to them. You will probably be doing them a huge favor due to the problems with the online enrollment process on the Nevada Health Link website.”
This “solution” is only temporary, as the deadline is approaching. You will only have until 10am Sunday, December 22nd to get this paper application submitted to Shelly.
Shelly has a deep passion to protect her clients. She has read the Entire Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), understands the new health law, how it works, and is happy to educate and advise her clients through the changes that are coming.
For over 15 years Shelly Rogers was a Cardiac Registered Nurse helping people pre and post-surgery. For 5 years she worked for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield where she was the top producing agent in the nation in 2011 and 2012 for individual and family sales. She then started her own company called the Nevada Insurance Enrollment Marketplace.