Billion Dollar St. Charles Obamacare Contractor Will Shut Its Doors in June (Video)

Employees at Serco Corporation in Wentzville, Missouri, outside of St. Louis, told reporters in May 2014 they were being paid to do nothing.
sit at computer

The company was paid by the government to process paper applications of those signing up for Obamacare.
But, employees were just sitting at their desk most of the day.

A former employee admitted that sometimes the employees played Trivia Pursuit, Hangman, Wheel of Fortune, games like that.

The Obamacare contractor processed less than 5 percent of applications.

This week SERCO announced it will be closing its doors in June.

KMOV reported:

A major St. Charles County employer will be closing its doors this June.

SERCO employees process Affordable Care Act applications at the company’s facility in Wentzville.

The company was awarded a $1 billion contract by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and operates several sites around the country.

On Wednesday a SERCO employee contacted News 4 after hearing the facility was planning to close.

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