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Phishing/potential Cramming company

Ican Benefit - Phishing/potential Cramming company
Had received a text from 561-220-****, saying "Your insurance rates just dropped. Call me asap... 800-601-****." When I responded, the only response given was automatic, "Hey, I got your message. Give me a quick call to discuss". Please see photo for more information. Person when I called was rude, upset that I already had health insurance, and scoffed when I said it was coming across as a potential scam. Companies like this try to add on 3rd party charges, which can be small, but add up real quick. Do your own research, go through reputable companies, not ones that send random folks text messages from random numbers. Thanks for reading.
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Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Company not call or text/phish other people

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Guest

Just got a similar text message from the same group today. You can file a complaint with the FTC. Just go to their website (https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#&panel1-1)

Guest

At this rate internet information will literally be worth zero in about a decade

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