Couple Targeted in Cardiac DNA Test Scam
Minutes after a package with genetic testing was dropped off at their doorstep, Teegee and Alan Levy received a call from an unknown number. It was from a man at the lab and he sounded professional to them. They thought the tests were legitimate until weeks later, when they called their doctor to ask about the results. Their doctor didn’t know what they were talking about. View a story from TMJ4 and read a consumer alert from the Senior Medicare Patrol.
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