I went to the site you posted. It was what it what it claimed to be. I searched but couldn't find a place that asked for a credit card. With the exception of the donation section. Also in the think progress article they mentioned that the state attorney was shutting down "sites like these", but when I search for the quote I find the following article. http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2013/11/14/attorney-general-shuts-down-fake-covered-california-websites/
The only qualifier that the website met as given in the article was the name Coveringhealthcareca.com which is legally allowable.
There are real websites out there seeking to imitate the ACA website. When you post unchecked reports. like this one. You take attention away from real crooks. As well as slandering what as best I can tell a factuly correct website.
If you do find some real villains though. please pass the sites along. So I can share them.