Latest Medicare Scam: Chip Cards
If you’re on Medicare, be aware: You will not be receiving a new chip card to replace your paper ID card. If somebody tells you that, they’re lying. It’s the latest Medicare scam. A 73-year-old widow in a small town in North Dakota learned about it the hard way. Read an AARP story.
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