BBB reports medical alert scam calls
OMAHA (AP) — The Omaha-based Better Business Bureau is warning people about suspicious phone calls regarding medical alert devices.
The BBB says consumers from across its service area have inquired about the calls. The people report that the callers say medical alert devices have been purchased for the people but the callers need more information about the recipients for delivery.
The BBB says it made return calls and was told by one person who answered that the alarm devices carried a fee of almost $35.
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