Medicare Insurance Specialist
800-252-4440 Fax/Toll Free
CMS requires a Permission to call form or contact form to enable contact with a potential Medicare recipient without direct contact from the agent. Please fill out the form below and I will contact you as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience we are compliant with all CMS regulations and will never receive a call from myself unless provided with a Permission to call form or you call me. If you feel you are receiving unsolicited pertaining to Medicare, Please contact CMS to Report Medicare Fraud & Abuse: 800-HHS-TIPS (1-800-447-8477). Please don’t hesitate to Call Me at your earliest anytime at 606-224-2406. Or use the Permission to call form below.
Every interaction with a potential client has a starting point. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) used to state that agents could not make unsolicited direct contact with potential beneficiaries. However, due to a change reflected in last year’s Medicare Communications and Marketing Guidelines, agents are permitted to make unsolicited direct contact with potential enrollees via email. However, the email must have an opt-out option in order to remain compliant. Additionally, the content of any unsolicited email cannot intend to steer a recipient into choosing or retaining a plan. A compliant email would promote your services rather than any specific plans.
Agents are still not allowed to approach potential enrollees in common areas or make unsolicited phone calls.