HOWARD — A Mount Vernon News reader reported Wednesday she received a phone call she believed was a scam and wanted other readers to be aware and not fall prey to those with illegal intentions.

 

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7 Responses to “Resident believes Medicare call a scam”

  1. Chris Gherman

    So sorry my comment posted so many times… I had no idea! Moderator, feel free to delete all but one comment! Thanks :)

  2. Whitney Gherman

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin. 

  3. ConcernedCitizen4SocialJustice

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin. 

  4. ConcernedCitizen4SocialJustice

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin. 

  5. ConcernedCitizen4SocialJustice

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin. 

  6. ConcernedCitizen4SocialJustice

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin. 

  7. ConcernedCitizen4SocialJustice

    I’m glad this information is shared but I am wondering the relevancy of this one detail, “The Howard resident said the caller spoke with a foreign accent.” Accent discrimination is not always talked about but one the community should be familiar with so we are sure to not to stereotype groups of people based on national origin.