My sister got some junk mail. It’s pushing a Medicare Supplement Comparison Schedule. All you do is fill out their form and send it back postage paid.
They want name, address, birthdate, phone number, email address, spouse’s name and birthdate, and your current insurance company name (if you already have a supplement plan).
It’s a post card.
I don’t know if “Information Service Center” is an outright identity theft scammer working on the cheap (envelopes cost money, you know), or if it’s semi-legit but completely effin’ clueless about privacy.
I wonder how many suckers actually fill these out and stick ’em in the mail.