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This is a public service announcement to physicians as there is a very sophisticated phone scam happening right now that is costing doctors thousands of dollars. Using a combination of publicly available information and other data available online, scammers are sounding incredibly trustworthy, making this scam very effective. So, in this episode, I will explain what exactly this scam entails and how you can avoid making the mistake of falling for this scam moving forward.
Listen in as I share the possibility of these scam phone calls showing up on your caller ID as police stations and why you should be wary even if they introduce themselves as an official police officer. You will learn how to protect yourself moving forward, why you should never send cash cards to someone on the phone, and what to do if you find yourself in this situation.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- How these scammers are accessing information.
- What this scam entails.
- What to be aware of with the possibility of phone scammers.
- How these scammers are showing up on your caller ID as police stations.
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