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Scammers take advantage of Medicare card change:

Periodically, we remind you that Medicare cards are undergoing a big change to make them more secure. Medicare is rolling out new cards starting this month and continuing through April 2019. These new cards will be more secure because they use a "Medicare Beneficiary Identifier" instead of a Social Security number.

Unfortunately, the Better Business Bureau is reporting Medicare card-related scams taking advantage of confusion around the launch. Some Medicare beneficiaries are receiving calls from a person claiming to work with Medicare, stating there's a problem and asking for their Social Security number. In another version, the scammer claims beneficiaries must pay money to receive their new Medicare card.

Here's what you need to know:

• Medicare isn't calling consumers about the card switch
• The new Medicare cards are being provided free of charge
• Medicare beneficiaries should never provide personal information to a stranger

If you have any questions or need help understanding your Medicare options, call Chad directly at (888) 901-4870. :)
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What is a Medicare "All in One" plan and what do I need to know? Click below for a brief video explaining.

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The 2018 Medicare Enrollment Period is vastly approaching and in this video Chad Cason and Jeff Pack outline what the enrollment period is and why it is important for you.

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Some good information in here about how to improve Medicare and improve how it covers services you may need. Mainly, regarding the problems with Medicare Advantage and Part D drug plans.

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Medicare + Medicare Supplement Plan = 100% Coverage

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Better Health Insurance For Seniors Over Age 65 - Getting The Best Coverage and Rate

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How To Compare Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
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