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Help the people you care about avoid scams.
Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing as the public health emergency continues. Scammers are targeting older adults and those with serious long-term he...
Some activities might require proof of vaccination.
The COVID-19-related fraud schemes exceeded $143 million in losses.
Social isolation among older adults is a serious issue, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one-third of adults ages 45 an...
Anyone who makes or buys a fake vaccine card is breaking the law.
The bad actors’ goals are to steal your personal and/or medical identity or to steal your money.
As the number of people and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic grows, so do the scams associated with it. Scammers use public health emergencies as opportunities for new fraud schemes, and...
A story from The Today Show gives red flags and details.
Below is a list of common areas Medicare fraud occurs. For a printable handout of tip sheets related to common Medicare fraud schemes, click here.
If you or a loved one may have been a victim of an...
Medical identity (ID) theft occurs when someone steals personal information – such as a beneficiary’s name and Medicare number – and uses the information to get medical treatme...
People who talk about scams are less likely to fall for them.
They entice people to give up their personal data and money.
Here are tips to avoid vaccine-related scams no matter where you live.
Don't overshare information on social media networks.
He claimed online to have a vaccine that he could inject in customers for $400 to $1,000.
Criminals seek money or sensitive data from unsuspecting consumers.
They give tips on what to look for and how to avoid fraud.
Prosecutors say they used the pandemic for their own financial gain.
Falling for them may lead to life-threatening consequences.
Law enforcement is on high alert for criminal activity.
WebMD explains what to expect, how to stop scammers.
Casework Done Right: From Scam Submission to SIRS Success
Marissa Whitehouse, ACL, and Nicole Liebau and Sara Lauer, SMP National Resource Center - Presentation
Coping with Medicare and COVID-19: T...
Take extra care when you receive an unsolicited communication.
Fraudulent documents claim individuals are exempt from mask requirements.