AG Warns of Pain Relief Cream Scams
It may seem like it’s your lucky day. Someone calls (or you receive a robocall) to tell you there’s an available prescription pain relief cream that will relieve you of any joint or back pain. Better yet, it won’t cost you anything (or at least no more than your standard co-pay/deductible) because your insurance provider will pay for it.
Don’t fall for it. The caller may be trying to overcharge your insurer or steal your personal information. Read this story from the Iowa attorney general. If you have questions about health care schemes, contact your local Senior Medicare Patrol.
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