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Feb 08

Ambulance Company Defrauds Medicare

You never want to be that driver that takes forever to move over for an ambulance. But what if a con artist is driving said ambulance?
Jan 28

Cancer Never Sleeps, Neither Will We

What could be more fun than listening to music, playing games and hanging out with awesome people while making a difference in the fight against cancer?
Jan 25

Giving the Gift of Life Insurance

Sure, we get the gratification that a new Apple Watch brings and the allure of a diamond tennis bracelet. But the gift of life insurance rules!
Jan 22

Keeping Seniors Connected | Asurea Cares

You've probably lost count of how many times your social circle has changed throughout your life. Each phase brings new people — and takes them away.
Jan 20

Avoiding Insurance Scams | Three Quick Tips

With more than 7,000 insurance companies in the U.S., upwards of $1 trillion in premiums are sold each year, leaving plenty of room for fraud.
Jan 18

Tennessee Elder Rescued from Fraud

On Wednesday, December 16, 2015, law enforcement officials in Chattanooga, Tennessee posted a “Scam Alert” on their official Facebook page, which was reposted on the website of a local news station. The post informed the public of what appeared to be a one-off life insurance scam that targeted a local elderly woman in Hamilton County. “Someone she knew had a loved one that passed away a few weeks prior,” explained Matt Lea, the Public Information Officer for the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. “They told her there was an unclaimed life insurance policy.” It’s not known if the scammers targeted other people, too. Officials are only aware of this one instance of the scam. According to the “Scam Alert,” representatives from a fraudulent life insurance company called the elderly woman at her home. They then told her that her recently deceased loved one left a life insurance policy behind that needed to be paid out. Finish reading this article on the Asurea Scam Report.