(864) 550-3165 is a Medicare Robocall
- Transcript Hello? Hello, this is Luna with a senior advisor. How are you doing today? The reason for the call is that there are some new state approved zero dollar premium Medicare benefits in your area that might be available to you. You may be able to save money and increase the benefits that receive, for example, dental vision and hearing. So do you have Medicare Part A and B? Okay, let me transfer your call to my senior supervisor who will further assist you. Good morning. My name is Adam Parker. How are you doing today? Ali, can you hear me?
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