I tried to register at the Obamacare HEALTHCARE.GOV website today--and after several attempts where I was told that the site was busy, I finally got through. I filled out the preliminary personal information and created a username and password.
Then I got to the security questions part. I selected the three questions and typed in the answers--making sure they were all different, as I was instructed. I hit the "Submit" button and a screen appeared indicating that two of my security answers were the same--which they weren't; and I was directed back to the beginning of the process to start again! Ughhhhhh! It never did allow me to get to the page where I could view my insurance options.
I checked on the Internet and found other people who experienced the same problem. I can understand the issue of the website being overwhelmed with activity (although it wouldn't have been a problem for most company sites), but how can something like the security question glitch occur WHEN THEY HAD THREE YEARS TO SET IT UP! Not to mention all of the monetary and human resources the government has at its disposal to locate and fix these problems before going live with the site.