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Hopefully, Skip can protect us from scams and abuse such as insurance brokers like AARP, who constantly push us old folks into buying insurance under the pretext that its a good deal. Wait a minute...Skip is the current
CEO of AARP.....conflict here???
I know of many seniors who have fallen victim or narrowly fallen victim to a phone scam where the caller, usually from Peru, frantically tells them he is their grandson who travelled to Peru for a friends wedding. He was involved in a traffic accident and arrested. He needs thousands of dollars to get out of jail and asks grandpa and grandma to please, please dont tell mom and dad about this. He needs the money in a matter of a couple hours. Many old folks fall for this out of love and send the money. Can Skip help???
ANOTHER old face in a newly created position to feather their retirement nests or get their faces back into the paper. I am so sick a tired of these retreads sucking more and more money out of us and never getting anything done. This job is already covered in "at least" 10 different other offices around the city, county and state.
First stop hiring felons to work with our vulnerable seniors !
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