's Emerging Viral Pathogen Program for the coronavirus protection," the call says. Market data provided by ICE Data Services. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. There were more than 58 billion robocalls placed in 2019, according to robocall-blocking app YouMail. One robocall called CNN's KFile trying to sell health insurance plans. If consumers pressed a button for more information, however, they were transferred to a call center that sold plans not connected to those companies. previously reported on for impersonating the Trump campaign. Newsmax, Moneynews, Newsmax Health, and Independent. ... or antitrust issues – it’s about robocalls. YouMail, a company that provides call-blocking and call-management services, estimated that there were 58.5 billion robocalls in the United States in 2019 and that 44 percent of them were placed by scammers. T-Mobile, Google, Apple and the US government are all taking steps to put an end to robocalls and other call spam. else if (languages === "Vietnamese") { Quick Tips for Accessing Your IAHCSMM Account. Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the Senate passage Thursday of the TRACED Act. To avoid becoming a victim of an open enrollment scam: If you think that you are a victim of a health care enrollment scam, you should first contact law enforcement to report it. Health insurance robocalls rank high among the top categories of consumer complaints received by the FCC. // else { //English or undefined language Scammers are using robocalls that spread disinformation about the coronavirus pandemic and lying about offering low-priced health insurance and free coronavirus test kits. If you were transferred to me you had to push a button to get to me. If you want to receive a free testing kit delivered overnight to your home, press one. document.write('File a Complaint with the FCC'); IAHCSMM has created a few "how-to" videos to help make the most of your user experience on the website. else { //English or undefined language If you're not my client, then we shouldn't be talking anymore," she said. As enrollment deadlines approach, HealthCare.gov and Medicare.gov subscribers, federal government employees, and many others who are evaluating their options for 2020 should be alert to scam callers impersonating insurance companies in order to pedal bogus plans. IAHCSMM is now accepting nominations for the offices of President-Elect and Director through November 30, 2020. else if (languages === "Tagalog") { document.write('其他格式請求'); [CDATA[// >