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@dreamshield  Good for you for not falling for the scam, and thanks for posting it here to beneft others. Smiley Happy

 

 

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I received a call from 702-874-5213, 702-874-6828,702-874-8689 on three different days, the same accent speaking man using the same name, always say he is calling from Senior Benefits. On the last call I asked him what country he was calling from, he said the United States, I asked what state, he said Florida, I asked what city, he then called me A FEW CHOICE NAMES and hung up. Between now and December 7th is Medicare open enrollment and scammers are calling seniors to get their social security number by pertending to enroll them in an Medicare Advantage plan.

The first two number are non working numbers, the last number is connected to Wynn hotel.

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