Scammers might call to offer things like a “COVID-19 kit,” “Coronavirus package,” or Medicare benefits related to the virus. But they’ll ask you to verify personal information like your bank account, Social Security, or Medicare numbers. If you get a call from someone who says they’re a Medicare representative and they ask for this information, hang up. It’s a scam, not Medicare calling. Report it to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint. Also report it to Medicare at 1-800-633-4227, and your local Senior Medicare Patrol.
Listen to what a scammy Medicare call sounds like:
Source: FTC Consumer Information