Beware of Scam from robocall scammers who lied about free medical alert devices: We’ve got your number. This is a great article from Colleen Tressler. A Must Read

Traditionally, we do not make soliciting calls in marketing. We are the official, company since 1992. Our advice just to hang up the phone, do not press any buttons and if someone does talk to you, be sure to ask first for the company’s name, telephone number and their physical address and you’ll call them back when you are ready. If the representative wants your information but won’t give out its own, it’s a red flag to a scam.

Here’s a tip: Never give money to anyone who calls you on the telephone. When you really think about it they are calling you asking for money, they need you more than you need their product or service. Simply hang the phone up.  If you feel you’ve been a victim of this type of scam or any other type of consumer fraud, contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Helpline: (800) 771-7755. You can — and should — file a complaint with the FTC and your state’s Attorney General when you come across a scam whether you’ve been a victim or not. Remember we are the official So please don’t be fooled by these scam artists because their FREE stuff is just trick and tricks are for kids.

Now, after alerting you about this unfortunate scam it’s time to the focus on our service for yourself or a family member.If you are ready to order or have more questions feel free to call us at 1-800-603-4911 and we would be very happy to assist you.