Senior Benefits Scam

Scammer called several times and said they were with Senior Benefits and they asked consumer to verify information for benefit coverage. Scammer asked for date of birth, social security number, bank information. Consumer did not give the information. Scammer threatened that consumer’s medicare would be canceled if consumer did not comply.

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