April 16, 2017
Dealing with health care can be such a headache. Scammers know that, and they hope to get away with your personal information before you realize what’s going on.
Often the fraudster will pose as a government authority to persuade you to provide personal information related to your Medicare or Medicaid account. If you do it, you are opening yourself up to identity theft. In other cases, the con artist is after your health insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare information to submit fraudulent medical charges…Read Full Story