They just scammed my family! How do they sleep at night? Preying on the elderly?
Daughter in law
 May 08th, 2013
Just had the exact same experience as Ellen. He wouldn't answer my question of who paid for the system and pretended it was a recording (press '1' blah blah blah) even though I knew he was a live person. I hung up on him.
 May 04th, 2013
"John" wanted to schedule installation of a "medical alert" system. When I said I did not order it, he said a relative or friend had purchased it for me, so it was no cost to me. He would not answer any questions, just keeping reading from his sales script. I assume there's a monthly charge for "monitoring" the system (I hung up before he could get that far).
 May 01st, 2013
He identify as JOHN from "Medical Alert" system for seniors. There was a recording before. Tonight he called and there was no recording. Very annoying indeed! What good is the Registry DO NOT CALL LIST. They certainly are not doing much at all. Such nuisance!
 Apr 30th, 2013
They are bunch of crooks that sell supposedly medical-related stuff.
They operate all over the country (Colorado, Minnesota, Pennsylvania,
Maryland, New Jersey, etc.) with different names, e.g.,

1) Senior Medical Advisory
2) Medical Guardian
3) Lifestation

Here is their various contact information:


Their address is:

1900 Chestnut St Ste 300
Philadelphia, PA 19103

It turns out that the above address is also listed under these three
and all of them have the same phone number 215-977-8000:

1) Brooke Alexis Gross
2) Michael Bl Hepps Law Offices
3) Tracking Now
 Apr 30th, 2013
We have send the information to FCC. We have registered for the do not call. This gentleman is really something else. Insisting that somebody in the family bought it for us and we need to give them the address. This has to stop. We have received already three calls. Should report this to the news also so they can get this to stop. (NBC) which has a special tips around 5:00 p.m. I will report this also to AARP.
Gloria Bernero
 Apr 27th, 2013
Received a call from this number. The caller ID said "Berlin, MD". I didn't recognize the number nor do I know anyone in Berlin, MD. I have read the some of the comments....can't imagine why they would be calling me. Just because I turned 50 3 weeks ago means I'm a senior?!?!?! Can I get other discounts now, retire, get my pension and all that other stuff that comes along with retirement age?.....Didn't think so :(

P.S. I'm also on the Do Not Call list....that thing serves no purpose.
 Apr 24th, 2013
This is a Medicare fraud call
Paul Hamson
 Apr 23rd, 2013
Senior Medical Advisory now is using a new tact - stating that the product was purchased and needs an address to deliver. I did not speak to anyone to purchase this,much less provide any personal information
 Apr 22nd, 2013
I keep getting these calls even after I have pressed 5 to be removed from their call list I don't know how many times. You have to listen to the whole message to get the choice of pressing 1 to speak with an agent or press 5 to be taken off their call list. I am on the "NO CALL LIST", but I keep getting a host of unwanted calls every day. I have complained to the FTC with no results. What's the point in having a "NO CALL LIST" if no one obeys it?
Ed York
 Apr 12th, 2013
Robo call from "Senior Medical Advisory" (Really?!) This is purportedly a solicitor of personal alarm systems directed specifically to senior citizens. Perhaps the various organizations like the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association may want to pursue a cease and desist when using their names in the "Advisory's" marketing ploy. They call several times a week from various Maryland based numbers.
 Apr 12th, 2013