With ObamaCare costing families extra money, I have recommend Christian non-insurance sharing. These programs are reasonably priced. I used two of them before I was booted, as everyone on Medicare is.
In the past I have recommended Christian Health Care Ministries. But I now think that Samaritan Ministries looks better to me.
A subscriber to GaryNorth.com posted a negative critique of Christian Health Care Ministries. The accusations are serious.
I tried to go to CHCM to get their side of the story. I couldn’t. They have put up that ghastly double-captcha system that makes it difficult to contact them. To send an email, I had to decipher this.
I couldn’t. See for yourself here.
Double-captcha is a forced subsidy to an outfit that wants us users to finance its program to do OCR scanning of old books. A video on this forced subsidy is here. The man who invented it brags about it. If I had invented it, I would not let anyone know.
Why any organization uses double-captcha is a mystery to me. It is a burden on the users. It also says, “We don’t want to hear from you.” It shows poor judgment.
It supposedly protects you from automated spam. I have run numerous sites since 1996. I have never had a problem with automated spam. I do have a single-captcha barrier on my Tip of the Week sign-up, but only because my mailing list service required it. It is easy to read. The double-captcha system is deliberately difficult to read. I think it is unnecessary and a needless burden on people who want to contact you.
In contrast, look at Samaritan Ministries’ contact form.
[Update, June 28: The president of the company has said he will try to find an alternative.]