Scammers Pose as Medicare
Coinciding with the nationwide mailing of Medicare cards with new numbers, impostors are calling cell phones and landlines and claiming to work for the federal government. One woman was recently fooled. It’s happening all over the country.
- Read a story from KOMO News.
- Contact your local Senior Medicare Patrol to ask questions or report possible fraud.
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