(919) 283-4667 is a Medicare Scam
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- Transcript Oh this is fancy your health care benefits advocate we've been trying to reach you regarding a new benefit of your Medicare health insurance that you may be eligible for we do not receive a response from you in regard to this matter you may be marked as permanently in algebra for this benefit in order to speak to a representative immediately to resolve this please press one now to place on the Do Not Call list please press 9.
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