We’ve Been Robbed $2.8 Billion – By The AARP

By | September 25, 2012

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  1. Leny Mendoza

    My wife started receiving Medicare last month. Looked into AARP because Medicare only covers doctors and hospital costs. No prescription, dental, or vision care. AARP is asking for monthly premium payments in addition to an automatic Medicare premium deducted from my wife’s SS benefits. Went to see my wife’s new healthcare facility and their rep was telling us about other choices. Found out about a company called Easy Choice. Signed up, no monthly premiums, no copay, all generic prescriptions free, dental & vision coverage, even free gym membership. I wonder how many seniors are getting ripped off by AARP ?

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