COVID-19 Medicare Scam Alert

Have you received robocalls, text messages, or emails offering free face masks? Or maybe you’ve seen social media posts about free COVID-19 testing kits, “cures,” or protective equipment?

Unfortunately, scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal your Medicare Number and personal information.

If anyone reaches out to get your Medicare Number or personal information in exchange for something, you can bet it’s a scam.

If someone calls you promising things in exchange for your Medicare Number, ...

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Gallup Poll: “Not having enough money for retirement” is Now the Top Financial Concern Among Americans

Since 2001 Gallup has compiled data from an economically focused survey.  The poll has consisted of seven questions concerning economic and personal finance.

  1. Not being able to pay medical costs of a serious illness/accident
  2. Not being able to maintain the standard of living you enjoy
  3. Not having enough to pay your normal monthly bills
  4. Not having enough money for retirement
  5. Not being able to pay medical costs for normal healthcare
  6. Not being able to pay your rent, mortgage or other housing costs
  7. Not being able to make ...
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