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"Consumers who do not sign up by Dec. 15 will need to call the insurance exchange at 800-318-2596 to request the extension to Dec. 31. But the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, a nonprofit group that trains and employs enrollment counselors called navigators, recommends that consumers seek the help of a navigator when requesting an extension." ...
A special enrollment period for Floridians kicked in as a result of Hurricane Irma. The deadline to sign up for an insurance plan under the Affordable Care Act had been set for Friday but with the extension, it is Dec. 31.
People should call the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596 to request to use the special enrollment period. The entire state of Florida was declared eligible after the hurricanes this season. ...
Try calling! When I called this morning they has no clue! Only when I demanded to speak to a supervisor was I escalated to another person who knew what I was talking about but basically was unable to help me. Stayed on the phone with her for an hour to escalate my case and was told that I could appeal and would get an answer within 30 days. No one that I spoke with acknowledged the extended time for Florida residents! The representative that I spoke to even lives in Central Florida and was totally unable to help me!