By now, most people have heard of the scam that went viral a few months ago when an individual with the handle “Nursemaid” made a bogus Credit Card report to get her own medical bill.
Now, she’s back again with yet another scam, this time one that targets nursing homes.
This time, “Nursing Home Scam Report Scam” is using the name “Nurses Home Report Scamp” to collect personal information from nursing homes, as well as credit card numbers and credit card expiration dates.
The scammer will collect personal data about your home from a database that’s available on the website “NHS Health Insurance”, and use it to make an offer to buy insurance coverage for you from a nursing home.
Nurses Homes ScamReport Scamp says it has collected information about the following information from a sample of nursing homes:What’s the difference between a nursing homes report and a credit report?
The Nursing Home Scamp report is created by “Nurings Home Report scamp” and then “scamp” creates a report that looks like it was submitted to an NHS Health insurance agency, but actually has no information that’s accurate.
The information collected in the report is based on the nursing home’s name and address and the date of the report.
The Nursing Home Report has been created by a different company, and has the same information collected from each nursing home in that particular location.
How to avoid a nursing house report scam report scam?
This scam has been going on for a while, and it’s still going on, with many nursing homes receiving similar complaints.
You should know that not all nursing homes are created equal, and the scammers are often able to get the information from one particular home.
You can use these tips to avoid becoming the victim of a nursing-home scam:Make sure you know the address where the home is located and the contact information for the person making the claim.
This is important, as this will help them contact you.
Make sure the address you want to get information from is valid.
If you can’t verify the address, you can call them to verify.
If the home has a business name, this is the first thing you should do to make sure the home isn’t fraudulent.
You need to make a report, which is then sent to the owner.
The next step is to verify that the business name matches the address.
The best way to do this is to call the business and ask them to check their name.
Once the information is verified, they will be contacted by the owner and the information will be sent to them.
It’s important to verify your address so that you can be contacted if there’s any issue with your claim.
Make sure that you have all the required documents on file, as these may help your claim get approved.
If the home doesn’t have any documents, you may have to contact the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) to file a complaint.
The DCP can be found at: www.dcpp.gov.uk.
If you do not have a legal address, and need to contact them to resolve your claim, you will need to do so by phone.
You will be asked to complete a form and wait for a response.
If your claim is denied, you should contact the home’s customer service department and they will contact you directly.
If your claim has not been approved, you must call the person who made the claim to give them an update on the status.