Medicare Scams

In a telephone survey conducted in 2010, one fifth of Americans over 65 reported that they had been subject to some sort of financial fraud or abuse. Recently the Federal Trade Commission warned that scammers may pose as “official” Medicare agents over the phone or at the door in an attempt to gather personal information or swindle people into purchasing “replacement cards.” The attached article lists other Medicare scams to be on the lookout for. Read article here…

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