Obamacare "Navigator" Has Warrant Out For Her Arrest, Behind On Her Taxes, Wrote Bad Checks

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    Oct 14, 2013 9:38 PM GMT
    It's incredible how the Federal government hired someone who has an outstanding arrest warrant! More incompetence out of the Obama admin in Washington DC.

    A woman with an outstanding warrant for her arrest is currently serving as an Obamacare “navigator” in Lawrence, Kansas.

    Rosilyn Wells — the Director of Outreach and Enrollment for the Heartland Community Health-care Center (HCHC) – is “the only full-time Affordable Care Act navigator in Lawrence,” according to the Lawrence Journal-World.

    Wells was certified as an Obamacare navigator despite her financial history, which includes a bankruptcy in 2003, a 2007 civil charge from a local check cashing business called Midwest Checkrite for writing a bad check, being more than $1700 behind on her state tax bill, and having an outstanding arrest warrant in nearby Shawnee County. Wells lives and works in Douglass County.

    Navigators are creations of the federal government and they are paid to work closely with consumers — and their personal information — to help them navigate the newly-created Obamacare exchanges.

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    Oct 14, 2013 9:47 PM GMT
    She "looks" trustworthy. This must be some kind of mistaken identity case.

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    Oct 14, 2013 10:21 PM GMT
    More on the Obamacare "Navigators:"

    The Obamacare navigator program has fallen under heavy criticism for its privacy pitfalls, with the House Oversight Committee issuing a report only two weeks ago which warned that navigators would not be properly vetted to protect consumers.

    The report pointed out navigators would have access to all sorts of personal data.

    “[T]he main concern for consumers is the heightened risk of identity theft and financial loss from a poorly managed outreach campaign,” the Oversight Committee report said. “Navigators and Assisters will come into contact with a plethora of personally identifiable information (PII), including an applicant’s Social Security number, date of birth and income, as well as the PII of everyone in an applicant’s household.”