June 16, 2024
Medicare scammers attempt to get your Social Security Number for identity theft. Do not engage.

Find out how to spot these con artists from Cora Tung Han, an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission.

Learn more via the AARP Fraud Watch Network: https://www.facebook.com/fraudwatchnetwork/

About the Campaign:
AARP presents “#FraudWatch: Impostor Scam Prevention”, a nationwide public service announcement and storytelling initiative in collaboration with the Federal Trade Commission that empowers the Asian American & Pacific Islander community with the knowledge to defend themselves against Robocall, Medicare, and IRS scams.

Watch Preventing Robocall Scams: http://bit.ly/2J022Qo
Watch Preventing Medicare Scams: http://bit.ly/2EL0SmD

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