Because Medicare deals with your personal information and bank account information, scammers see it as a big target.
But you can outsmart the scams by only working with trusted sources, protecting your personal information and reporting suspected fraud to the appropriate authorities so it can be stopped.
Here are a few of the common signs that you are dealing with a scam.
If you feel uncomfortable with any contact – via phone, email or in person – protect yourself and don’t hesitate to report the incident to the correct authorities.
There are a few important steps to take to protect yourself.
To Report Fraud:
Contact the Attorney General’s Office in your state to report fraud. In Arizona, you can file a consumer complaint on the Arizona Attorney General’s Consumer Complaint webpage.
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