Information Last Updated: 1/15/2021
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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) take COVID-19 fraud seriously and are now warning Medicare members to be aware of COVID-19 testing and vaccine scams.
Fraudsters may contact you representing a fake COVID-19 testing location or have offers for getting your COVID-19 vaccine at a discounted rate and getting vaccinated earlier than the CDC-recommended phased roll out schedule.
These scams are targeting Medicare beneficiaries in exchange for personal details. Fraudsters have many ways to lure their victims into providing personal information and then stealing their identities. You could be contacted by phone call, text, email, social media outreach, or a door-to-door visit.
Protecting your personal information is an important part of Brand New Day’s mission. Brand New Day may contact you by telephone for customer-service purposes. In only a few special situations, usually familiar to you, we may request for confirmation only, your Brand New Day Member ID or MBI number.
Below is more information on how to protect yourself.
Brand New Day, CMS, and Social Security will never contact you asking for your personal identifiable information.
Collect as much information as possible. You can report the information on the form located down below.
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Provide full information, where possible.