Hello. I'm a security officer working in Cambridge, MA. for a large web-stream providing company. Recently, they sent all the officers a form that looked like it was a sign-up form for Blue Cross/Blue Shield. I don't want any insurance, so I asked a coworker what this was for. He said it was just so "the company could get a quote on a rate for us". Still, it looked like a sign-up form, so I hedged and didn't fill it out or give it back to the company.
About 2 weeks after initially receiving it, my supervisor called me while I was on my shift and asked me about it. I hedged, still not feeling comfortable and told him I'd "get it to him". I also asked again what this was for and he reiterated that this was just to "get a quote on a rate for the company". He then asked me for my social-security number, which I gave(he has this information anyway). I didn't think this would be a problem, since I'm not officially signing up for anything.
Well, lo and behold, this morning I just got in the mail an envelope from Blue Cross/Blue Shield with my new insurance card!
My question: this was entirely illegal, wasn't it? Who do I contact about this?