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Who else does not believe in health insurance?

I think insurance is overrated and in some cases a scam. Anyone here with no health insurance?

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    I don’t buy the whole health insurance story but I still have Medishield Life. I try not to depend on it so much and only go for the coverage to fulfil all righteousness. You did not mention if you have any coverage currently but whatever the case, I advise that you try to keep more cash on hand to handle any unforeseen circumstances.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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