Medicare Scammers are extremely active this time of year

How It Works
•You receive a call or home visit from a home health care agency offering to sign you up for services that Medicare will pay for. •You get a call or respond to an ad offering state-of-the-art braces to relieve joint pain that Medicare will pay for.•You get a call claiming that Medicare is sending out new “chip-enabled” Medicare cards.•You get a call about a special “deal” on a new Medicare plan during open enrollment. It may come with a free gift or limited-time offer.
Sherry Ellis