I am distressed to see that HSN is allowing the Government to advertize. I will be hesitant to continue to shop on Hsn if they are becoming an arm of the Federal Government.
I was very happy to see this. It is all so confusing, and I didn’t know what I was going to do, or even where to begin, until I watched this show. So many of my questions were answered. I feel so much better now because, even if I don’t go with Aetna, I finally have a handle on all this info, and know what questions to ask. The people at Aetna were so patient and knowledgable. I am waiting for the info package and hope they will be right for my needs.Thanks for doing this, HSN. I learned so much about something very important. Im sure you helped a lot of people. This had nothing to do with the federal gov.Sooner or later ALL of us will have to deal with this. There are so many options, companies, state limitations, and prices, etc. The federal government came up with Medicare, the only thing HSN does is help us understand it.
I disagree. Aetna is advertising for a government program—Medicare—on a shopping channel whose sales should have nothing to do with a program of the Federal Government.
You do realize that Aetna is not an arm of the federal government. Apparently, you are unfamiliar with Medicare Advantage programs.
HSN is a retailer. T/his is a product. Just as you are neither required to watch HSN continuously or purchase everything sold by HSN, you are able to change the channel if you are not interested.
See. Problem solved.
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11.11.15 6:23 AM