(201) 204-1146 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript I'm calling to let you know that we have been granted a limited health and Roman period for a few weeks so you and your family can get a great insurance plan at the price you can afford and we'll make it has Feel free to sign up we have Pre-approval is ready in your area including Cigna Blue Cross and the United and many more press one to get a hassle free assessment Or press 2 to be placed on our DO NOT CALL list thanks for your time and be healthy and blessed.
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