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Ameriplan Opportunities

Dr. Brazis interviews his daughter, Milena Arceo about Ameriplan, a discount dental plan with many other benefits as well. Ameriplan, in addition to it’s discount dental plan, has discount medical plans, including chiropractic, hearing aids, diabetic supplies and much more. In this video, Milena also explains the business opportunity available through Ameriplan for people who want to work full or part time from home.

See full interview here

7 Responses to “Ameriplan Opportunities”

  • Eric says:

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  • Super excited to see more of this kind of stuff online.

  • Raviranjan says:

    I have worked for the ferdael govt for 35 1/2 yrs and I am only a GS-7, making just under 50K a year. I just found out Fri that my Healthnet HO premiums are going up 43 percent in Jan 2013 and my co-pays are going up to. So, I now pay $151 a month just for me and they want $214 from me so I am cancelling in open season. I would be farther ahead to put $214 in my mattress and just pay full price at my doctor appts. I have to switch to a high deductible plan. I hope all you Obamacare lovers are satisfied with getting fre birth control and adult children on your health insurance until they are 26 an adult for 8 yrs!!! The single plans increased by 42 percent and the family by 33 percent. Ridiculous. I would be better off to pay full price for birth control than these outrageous premiums. Welcome to Obamacare we all pay more so the deadbeats can keep getting everything for FREE!

  • YiYi says:

    This wouldn’t be that bad if they left comyapents at $10 but not only did our premiums go up this year, but now we have to pay $20 for dr visits and $30 for brand name drugs instead of $20. I hate to think what our monthly costs will be next year.

  • Gee whiz, and I thought this would be hard to find out.

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