Car wrap is one of the newest scams in the healthcare industry, according to experts.
A new type of scam that involves fraudsters posing as caregivers is gaining traction, according the industry.
Car wrap is the industry’s newest scam.
There are more than 1,000 car wraps being marketed across the country, according Topper.
“They have to be in a specific area of a community and they have to call somebody and say, ‘Look, I’m going to have you look at this thing,'” said Topper, who is the co-founder of the healthcare fraud firm Topper Solutions.
He explained that if the person doesn’t pay up, they will be billed for the whole car wrap.
In order to prevent fraud, Topper recommends using the same car wrap that is being advertised in a particular community to ensure that it’s authentic.
The scam is a scam that is growing in popularity, especially as consumers have access to smartphones and computers.
According to Topper’s research, about 30 percent of consumers are aware of the new car wrap scams.
Topper said that consumers need to know how to avoid these scams and how to report them.
If you have ever been victimized by a car wrap scam, call Topper for a free consultation.
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