(212) 847-1392 is a Medic Alert Scam
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- Transcript Attention this is a very important message for all senior citizens the National Association of senior citizen care to all senior citizens over the age of 65 to listen very carefully due to a significant increase in injuries. And deaths related to a senior citizen fall a burglary or other medical emergencies we are giving out free life saving emergency medical alert system to all senior citizens cost of the medical alert system has already been paid for by organization and shipping has also been paid for press 1 how to confirm your accuracy since you set up your delivery date remember the entire medical alert system has already been paid for again pressed down to verify your shipping address pressed by to notify your provider you have refused the shipment.
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