(315) 229-4974 is a Back/Knee Brace Scam
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- Transcript Hi This is Nancy you're patient advocate working closely with Medicare this is an urgent message for all patients on Medicare we have tried numerous times to contact you by mail and now by telephone regarding your eligibility for top of the line braces to alleviate your pain and increase mobility This is your final notice if you do not act soon Medicare will label you unavailable for coverage press one now to speak with me or another pain specialist or press 9 to be put on the Do Not Call list.
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