Pennsylvania Insurance Department warns consumers of insurance sales robocalls

Consumers in Pennsylvania are being warned about receiving suspicious insurance sales calls, particularly the robocall kind. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has issued an advisory due to the increase of robocalls around the open enrollment period. According to state insurance commissioner Jessica Altman, not only have robocalls increased considerably across the country, but it is also now difficult to tell the difference between a company legally selling insurance and a scam. “Consumers should always be wary of unsolicited health insurance sales calls,” Altman said in a release. “If a consumer is contacted by an automatic robocall about buying insurance or changing a plan, and hasn’t previously listed a phone number, they should contact their agent or insurance company before making any decisions.”

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