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Non-English speaker calling himself "Paul" and asking for my husband. Claimed that 2 years ago we paid $500 for an Orlando vacation that we didn't take. It's just another slimy scam. I cut him off, told him off and hung up.
Mrs. B
 Jul 19th, 2008
this isn't medpro, this is med provisions, a scam out of canada. DO NOT GIVE OUT ANY INFORMATION TO THEM! They charge you almost $400 for a medical card and never send it out to you
expert
 Jun 07th, 2007
This is Medco, a prescription benefits company that has just recently started pushing for mail order prescriptions services to fill your prescriptions. If your employer provides you with Medco, this is what it is about.
Pat
 Jun 05th, 2007
Called multiple times - 4 times so far today! I answered it once yesterday, like others said it was a man with an accent. He started to talk about being from some Orlando vacation or something and I hung up. Today the number has called 4 times, I won't answer.
Suzanne
 May 14th, 2007
Called several times & when I called back the "number was not online".
BTru
 Apr 30th, 2007
I blocked this number so it goes straight to voicemail every time. I will never pick up...hahahahahahahahhahahah
amcohunome
 Apr 23rd, 2007
Called three times and asked for my by my first name. I said "she's not here and he hung up. Had a very thick accent.
Shannon
 Apr 21st, 2007
let answering machine pick up, but no message left.
i.d. showed washington dc
jody
 Apr 02nd, 2007
Strong accent sounded african to me. Asked for my wife by name, wouldnt tell me anything. Called twice. 3/01, 3/06
Tony
 Mar 06th, 2007
Monday 4:15pm (mst) i received the third call from this number/man with very heavy Pakistani-type accent..his story about some insurance card ...mentioned he thought I received Social Security benefits..surly, disagreeable and unwanted. My number is a limited-usage cell phone, therefore I have no interest in these calls. Tuesday I received another in Spanish.......not my native tongue nor one I appreciate. How do these bums get cell numbers?
nancy
 Mar 02nd, 2007
First call from a woman who could barely speak English. Did not understand the name of the person or the company. Claimed she could save me and everyone in the household 80 percent on presciption drugs, dr. visits and hospital stays.She verfied my adress and then asked for my checking account number so she could verify that I was actually the person who received my SS via direct deposit. After my info was verified, she would send me my card. Of course I did not give her any information, and I hung up the phone.

The very next morning, a man that I could barely understand called asking for my checking account number. I told him that I would not give them my account number. He hung up the phone.
Judy
 Mar 01st, 2007
My number is a MD area code but I am living in NC...got the DC area code but didnt pick up. My number is on the Do Not Call list so Im a little sketched out about how they got my number. No message left
Liz
 Mar 01st, 2007
This appears to be coming from a wIPphone's VoIP. When calling back I get the message The WIP phone user is not currently ONLINE. This may actually originate from an international location. They can make these phone calls from any wireless network! DO NOT GIVE ANY INFO!!! If you have please call your credit card companies, your bank, and the credit reporting sites!
Steve
 Feb 23rd, 2007
Continues to call and not leave messages. My number is on a no-call list - have no idea how the heck they got a hold of it.
Fed-Up
 Feb 13th, 2007
A woman called to "inform me" that as a Medicare patient I am entitled to a card that will not only save me money on prescriptions and other health related costs, but can be used by, and will save money for, everyone in the household. In order to get the card she needs me to give her personal information that she states she has already, so she can verify who I am, so that she can mail me the card. Since no one in this household has Medicare, I was suspicious that this was a fraudulent call. After I told her I was not interested and thanked her for her time, I contacted the real Medicare to see what they had to say. They confirmed that there is no such program, but said there was nothing they could do about this hoax. They suggested I report this to the phone company and local law enforcement. Everyone always seems to want to pass the buck.
Patricia
 Feb 06th, 2007
A man with a strong accent who could barely pronounce my name said that they needed my check # for confirmation. they already had my name, address, phone # but for ID purposes they needed my bank ifo as well. I refused. After I gave him my info he would then send me his info that would give me a # to be used with my insurance cards to get an even better discount. When I called the # back I got a busy signal.
Helen
 Feb 01st, 2007
I don't answer "out of area" calls unless I do know the number. I let the answering machine pick it up and they left no message.
Karen
 Jan 31st, 2007
Hispanic lady called my nother-in-law.Claimed she could save her 80 percent on her presciption drugs.verfied adress and then asked for checking account numbers.She did not give. this needs to be found out about. scam all day.
Kurt
 Jan 29th, 2007
Called and hung up on machine. Area code 202 with prefix 664 is Washington DC, but thats all I could figure out... for now.
Jay
 Jan 29th, 2007
Rings usually during morning hours - 8-0930.. no message
Kassy
 Jan 26th, 2007
Called again today, only I picked up the phone. Male caller spoke Spanish. I asked politely to be removed from his call list--he hung up on me. Very nice, Mr. Scammer.
Marie
 Jan 25th, 2007
Harassing Mother and saying he loves her and joking with her. Dont let me get my hands on you!!!!
Not applicable
 Jan 25th, 2007
I tried to call the number back and got a fast-busy.

NEVER give out your personal information. Ever.
Marie
 Jan 24th, 2007
Hispanic gentleman called to get bank# and ssn...DO NOT GIVE ANY INFO!!!!
Any
 Jan 24th, 2007

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