(213) 640-3024 is a Medicare Scam
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- Transcript Hi this is Rachel as a Medicare recipient I wanted to chat with you regarding a few gaps in your current Medicare coverage so do you mind if I take a few moments to go over those Medicare gaps with you so thank you if you're on a Medicare Advantage health plan did you know that if you take a ride in an ambulance that you are responsible for a $250.00 co-payment Also if you are admitted in the hospital you are going to pay a $250.00 co-pay per day for the first 6 days before your health plan even starts to pick up the charges so that's $1500.00 in co-payments these are just a few of the co-payments you are responsible for and this is called health coverage gaps it's a secret that the insurance companies don't tell you until it's too late so it's not fair so do you think this is very fair so as a.
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- Date Blacklisted March 24, 2016
- Call Activity Last detected 12 hours ago
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