Hoboken, NJ Startup Offers to Rebuild Troubled HealthCare.gov at No Taxpayer Cost and in Just One Month

MallStand LLC, a Hoboken, NJ startup, has offered to rebuild the troubled HealthCare.gov website free of charge. The company guarantees it can deliver in just one month's time the insurance exchange portal that the White House promised to the American people.

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MallStand’s programming team not only promises to provide its services at no cost to the U.S. taxpayer, but also promises that it can complete the job of rebuilding the troubled HealthCare.gov website in just one month’s time.

Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) October 24, 2013

Since it was launched, HealthCare.gov has come under a great deal of scrutiny for its inability to provide the services for which Americans were promised to receive. 'Plagued by technical defects,' many who had visited the site with the intent to enroll in a health insurance plan came away greatly disappointed. Therefore, in an attempt to assist the United States government with providing Americans with the insurance exchange portal that it had been promised, the computer programming team from MallStand LLC, a Hoboken, NJ startup, has offered to do so free of charge.

In fact, MallStand’s programming team not only promises to provide its services at no cost to the U.S. taxpayer, but also promises that it can complete the job of rebuilding what the White House has deemed as 'inexcusable problems' with the HealthCare.gov website' - in just one month’s time.

Yes, you did read that correctly! In just one month and for zero compensation, the team of developers behind the MallStand on-line social shopping-networking web and mobile application startup, guarantees that their programming team can build what CMS, HHS, OMB, CGI and lots of other agencies with lots of other acronyms have thus far failed to do: an insurance marketplace.

Why is the MallStand team so confident that they could accomplish this? Having a strong and dedicated programming team, that hasn’t been hampered by countless technically inefficient oversight agencies, MallStand has obtained a great deal of experience and expertise that makes them more than capable of completing the task. The computer programming team at MallStand is so certain that they can fix HealthCare.gov that the company emailed the White House their no-cost offer today.

To learn more about MallStand’s offer to the White House to rebuild HealthCare.gov, contact either MallStand founder Andrew Jensen (ajensen(at)mallstand(dot)com) or Strategic Marketing & Brand Development Manager Samuel Gherman (sgherman(at)mallstand(dot)com).

About MallStand:
MallStand is a web and mobile social shopping platform transforming traditional online shopping. By utilizing various social networking tools MallStand creates an environment that fosters communication between users and merchants. MallStand provides shoppers with a centralized online location to mingle, shop, and share.


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