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Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing as the public health emergency develops. Scammers are targeting older adults and those with serious long-term hea...
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.
Unapproved COVID antibody tests might provide false results.
Federal agent gives prevention tips, describes scams.
They’re trying to steal people’s identities, money, or both.
SMP has been receiving complaints of unsolicited callers using COVID-19 to prey on beneficiaries.
They will stop at nothing to exploit the pandemic.
A dozen federal officials offer advice to outsmart coronavirus scammers.
There are no FDA-approved cures, tests, or vaccines.
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...
Scam artists are using the pandemic to try to steal Medicare numbers.
Complaint alleges she agreed to be paid kickbacks on a per-test basis for COVID-19 tests.
Scheme included vitamin C infusions for frontline workers and COVID-19 patients.
One woman gave her information to someone she thought was with Medicare.
He said it would offer COVID-19 immunity for at least six weeks.
Group reports insurance scams try to defraud accounts, steal seniors’ identities.
He allegedly used the pandemic to expand his pre-existing kickback schemes.
Benefits are not suspended or decreased due to the pandemic.
The New York Times reports coverage updates, scam news.
AP reports that scam artists prey on fears by peddling fake tests.
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 fr...