(877) 223-3717 is a Medicare Scam
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- Transcript 0 and thank you for calling Fortunately nobody is available to take your call but we really do value trying to help every patient we can with these medication assistance programs especially since the new subsidies are taken effective expanded and taken so many more people really changing the quality of life for many people who struggle day to day so. Again it is only for brand name medications but the good news is when you qualify some people can even receive them for 0 dollars co-pay and again this is federally subsidized assistance services we can help we want to help we want to see if we can get you qualified but we're just not available so when you have a chance after the set of the tone leave your name phone number or a brief message just a little bit about your situation if you're on Medicare.
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