(205) 668-5602 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript You are receiving this call because our records indicate that you may qualify for health insurance through the federal government with a 0 monthly premium This is because you may qualify to have your health insurance premium paid 100 percent by the federal government if you are between the ages of 18 and 64 and currently do not have any form of health insurance you may qualify to enroll for health insurance during the upcoming open enrollment to find out if you qualify press the number one on your phone now to be transferred to one of our helpful associates go ahead press one now or press 2 to be removed from this calling.
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- Call Activity Last detected 7 months ago
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