(512) 686-5085 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript So how are you this is Anna and I'm calling from the health care and Roman center in regards to your inquiry for health insurance now we know there has been a lot of confusion with all the changes happening with health care and we're here to help you so I just have a few quick questions and then I'll get you right over to an insurance specialist so let's just start with an easy 1 are you looking for affordable insurance coverage. . And I'm sorry I didn't hear you clearly are you looking for affordable insurance coverage. . Are you looking for affordable insurance coverage. . Thank you for your time and have a nice day.
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