Health Connector Audit Finds Fake Addresses/Hyannis
An audit of the Massachusetts Health Connector finds two thousand people signed up for benefits with fake addresses between 2014 and last year.
The review conducted by the State Auditor found a Hyannis Warehouse and a Salem Tax business were among fake addresses used to get state benefits.
The audit finds the Health Connector wasn't verifying residency requirements.
The audit figures the group received more than a half-a-million dollars in state and federal subsidies and tax credits.