SMP National Resource Center

June 7, 2022

Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) got almost a million reports about impersonation scammers. So far this year, impersonation scams are still the most-reported fraud. Scammers keep changing their stories to catch you off guard. Some scams even ask you for your Medicare number. During Medicare Fraud Prevention Week this week, learn about protecting your number from health care fraud. Read a story from the FTC.

 

 

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