Friday, November 12, 2010
As an example, someone has surgery with special needs like insulin, uses your medical ID without your knowing. Later you go in for surgery and in an emergency you are given insulin based on the thief’s records. Could be deadly. According to research, medical identity theft has more than doubled since 2008. One sure way to prevent disaster is to check your medical insurance reports just like you would your financial records for fraud.
Read more here.
Read past posts on the subject from The Dunning Letter.
Posted by Jack Dunning at 8:00 AM