(978) 243-4929 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript This is 2020 health care Central we look through our records and notice you submitted a request in the past for some information regarding a more affordable health insurance policy this is a follow up and we'd love to hop on the call to discuss some options please press 2 to speak to an advisor 9 for a call back and to be placed on our do not call list permanently please call our toll free number 804991702 press one when prompted or press one now to be taken off this call list us t r p g 356.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 11 months ago
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