Watch out for Medicare scams!

Greetings Neighbor,

I hope you are having a great week despite COVID and the crazy election.

In talking with clients all over, half the country is disheartened, the other half the country is joyful…exactly like four years ago, except reversed. The bottom line…

One Nation, under God…let’s remember that.

Did you ever see the Paul Newman movie Blaze? Paul played the corrupt, but decent Governor of Louisiana and one my favorite lines was “Never trust a man who says trust me!”  Well, the same goes for your computer and your phone. Click on the picture below to get the most important advice I’m going to give this year.


It is  way too easy to fall victim to a phone or a computer scam. Our best defense as consumers…

Be super cautious! If you feel your hackles going up in fear or anger…slow down, take a breath, take a message and DO NOT RESPOND IMMEDATELY!

It is that simple. Scams are designed to make you respond reactively and that’s the worst thing that any of us can do.

Do not give out any personal information until you verify the identity of the caller. Check out this article

Well it’s official, our son is in the Air Force. On Monday, he flew to Lackland Airforce Base in San Antonio to begin basic training. It was an emotional weekend for the family, saying goodbyes and watching him walk off, a twenty one year investment and then he’s off, but that’s the way life is. The only constant is change. We have an address to write letters. I’ll keep you posted on his progress.

That’s it for this week, the Annual Election Period ends 12/7/20 so if you or your friends have questions about Medicare options, book a time on my calendar.

Stay safe and talk soon.