Schneiderman issues alert warning of robo-calling medical alert device scam
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman issued a warning to New Yorkers today after receiving information from multiple consumers about a scam targeting senior citizens with robo-calls advising that they have been "approved" for medical alert equipment at "no charge." The message uses scare tactics to induce consumers to respond to the offer, warning ... (more)Full Story
#1 May 24, 2013
Get Caller ID on your phone and don't answer any calls from areas that you don't know anyone. When I got a call like this article says, I yelled at them for calling so early. That was the last time I was ever called.......
#2 May 26, 2013
Scam artists, telemarketers, and preachers have started calling cell phones down this way.
#3 May 26, 2013
Us folks that live out in the rural sticks of KY have our own method of dealing with them:
Works best with an old land line phone.
1. Step out on porch with phone.
2. Hold .45 ACP,.357 magnum, or other large caliber handgun about 1 inch from phone, with muzzle pointed safely down to ground.
They won't be able to hear for the next couple of hours.
#5 May 26, 2013
I DO NOT recommend trying this in your area. It is probably illegal there. You Yankees is that way.
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