Medicare Providers

Alexander –

Victim Location 06515

Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

They falsely advertised the fact that you qualify for lower Medicare premiums. They also told me to press a button, complete a form, and a “Medicare expert” will take care of the rest. He or she would help decide which plan works. But, however, it’s a scam! Please don’t fall for it!

Marisa –

Victim Location 38138

Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

Listed sending e-mail address of [email protected] but can easily be faked.

Actual sending address may be [email protected] and may have been hacked to use e-mail.

There are FOUR links visible plus one hidden within the photograph, all using a link starting along with other links appearing in the e-mail. This is NOT a registered web domain.

Clinton –

Victim Location 30906

Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

The contact phone 877-751-1453 is identified as "Medicare Agent" which is a gross misrepresentation of identity/

The gentlemen I spoke with confirmed that he does not represent "Medicare" as only trying to sell plans to supplement

normal medicare enrollees.

The term medicare agent should not be legally allowed.

Kristy –

Victim Location 55448

Type of a scam Phishing

I received an anonymous call at 4:32 pm August 28 2017. The male caller said he was calling for James Smith, which is my name. He said he was from "Medicare Providers." When I replied, "Yes?", he hung up.

I suspect he was recording the call and will use my voice as evidence in some fraudulent purchase.

Summer –

Victim Location 93536

Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

My 96 year old mother received a call in which a gentleman named Eric Simpson requested her Medicare information so that she could receive a free back brace and knee brace. She gave Mr. Simpson my phone number because I take care of most of her medical needs. Her health provider is Kaiser and her doctors never mentioned that they would prescribe any braces for her. I asked Mr. Simpson who he was representing and how he knew she had back and knee problems. He gave me the name of the company but avoided most of my questions. I told him to call me back in order for me to contact my mother to confirm their conversations. My mother stated that they telephoned her and she never called this company. Mr. Simpson did call me back and I declined their products. I’m not sure about this company or if its a scam, but I don’t give out personal information to unknown sources.

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