(202) 800-9697 is a Robocaller
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- Transcript Hello hello hi this is Elizabeth from New Jersey may I ask you a question do you or anyone in your family have diabetes high blood pressure or any other medical condition that has a high risk of strokes and heart attacks if the answer is no stop listening now if the answer is yes let me ask you who are you leaving your medical decisions up to if you have or have an emergency and are rushed to the emergency room will you be lying there for hours alone with no 1 looking after you or do you want your family to be there with you making sure you get the help you need will you be protected from negligent medical decisions negligent medical decisions killed at least 348793 patients in 2017 How are you planning to protect yourself so this won't happen to you our free report.
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- Date Blacklisted May 16, 2018
- Call Activity Last detected 5 months ago
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