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United Enrollment Services Reports & Reviews (8)

• May 19, 2022

I DO NOT RECOMMEND

I originally dealt with William John "Will", while I was in the process of purchasing his "great deal" he was available, with guarantees about full refunds if policy is not to your satisfaction. However I bought on 3/28, called on 4/11 (first time) to cancel the policy that only covers up to $10,000/year hospitalization. Have called 7 times, talked to "Case Workers", the person who answer's the phone, as "no one else is available" and been assured of cancel and reimbursement. TODAY I called the insurance company, and they had no notification of cancellation. I don't recommend doing business with this company, very poor customer service.

• May 02, 2022

United Enrollment Services is a scam!

We were told that this is an 70/40 plan with life insurance included. It was not! What we received is a supplement plan and was charged 140.00 a month for life insurance. These people are a total scam. I have tried to call and cancel but know will answer, nor return my phone calls.

• Dec 10, 2021

TOTAL SCAM... Do not give these people any of your information. Deseree gave me her "personal" number 561-829-5011 and she did not answer but I was told I could hold for her. She never answered. Called 855-937-4325 which is supposedly customer service. On the email that they sent says to "Call anytime with questions or concerns". They never answer the phone either. Call 888-386-0798 and they are happy to sell you their bogus insurance through Neo Insurance Solutions.. look them up too!

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• Dec 07, 2021

Scammer's phone 855-937-4325
Scammer's website www.unitedenrollments.com
Country United States
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare
Initial means of contact Phone

They just told me that what I purchased was a PPO plan. It's not. It's limited insurance, otherwise known as a "supplement to insurance."
They are also difficult to get ahold of. The agent who sold me the policy said that he was giving me his "personal number." As it turns out, another agent answers his "personal number" and he isn't available - ever, I guess. Other calls to the mainline were dropped and now I'm waiting for a callback from a "customer service specialist."
They also said that they were "working with NAR" to sell health insurance to real estate agents. This was noted in another complaint. The response was that "working with NAR" isn't a scam but it really is misleading since NAR has no affiliation with them. At all.

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While United Enrollment Services doesn’t come off as the most “traditional” it is definitely legit. My agent William was able to get me a policy that was way cheaper then any other quote I could find, plus they only deal with great insurance companies. I highly suggest asking for William if you contact them, he was fantastic in getting me and my wife a policy.

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I am a real estate agent and received a call from someone claiming to be the National Association of Reators offering to provide me with lower cost healthcare options. Upon returning their call, the agent transferred me to a guy name William at United Enrollment. He asked personal questions about myself and the coverage I was seeking. He put me on hold for 2 to 3 minutes and came back and said he had found a plan with a company Healthshield that offered zero deductible, $25 doctors visits, for like $400 a month. This is nothing like what you will find on the open healthcare market. Upon googling his name and the company I found lots of other folks who said it was a scam. Sounded too good to be true, so I never called the guy back or gave him any money. I also called the actual NAR to ask if they were affiliated with this company, and they said no that there were lots of scams going around. Please be careful if you are a realtor. The National Association of Realtors does not offer any assistance or plans for healthcare other than what can be found available on the open market.

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This is not a valid complaint. United Enrollment Services is a licensed agency with licensed health insurance agents. The agents help people enroll in policies- period. No they are not affiliated with NAR, but that does not make them a scam. They are an enrollment agency for the private market. This person did not even try the coverage they were offering him- he just deemed it a scam and hung up. I actually have a policy through United Enrollment Services- it’s called Health Shield. It’s a PPO policy and I couldn’t be more pleased with it. My copays for all docs are just $25 and I have 70% hospital coverage and a bill negotiator for my responsibility. I have been a client with UES for 3 years now. My agent is Desiree. I seriously could not say anything but great things about this company.

Victim Location 65043
Total money lost $580.40
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

My husband was looking for healthcare. We couldn't get into another program. Immediately after we got off the phone with the first healthcare company, we got a call from this company. The representative said he was an insurance company and he could provide a policy. We got a sign up kit delivered to us in the mail from a company in McKinney, TX from another company--

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