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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Toto'sDad, Mar 15, 2019.
Hmm. Nurse, do you think he means his left or mine?
I hope they get the fat and not the gristle!
If it's not far I would go for the free sponge bath and trim and leave shortly after.
I'm 99.44/100 percent sure it was an attempt at a scam, it's that last little bit the kind of puts me off!
Gonna need another blue pill.
You really are a sick man, but then again, I already knew that! I think I'm gonna call 'em and give 'em your number!
It's probably nothing more than those reassuring words, "Put both elbows on the exam table and and relax".
Honestly, I would report it to the local FBI field office.
They're all out busy arresting rich folks who bribed their kids way into college.
They may not be super interested in the little old ladies who get scammed out of Target gift cards sent to out-of-state 'relatives', but when it comes to protecting insurance companies, I assure you, they're on the job.
So I'm curious: Was this a phone call with an actual human on the other end or a recorded message? If it's the latter, I could absolutely see it having been something like a fat-fingered entry of a phone number.
Don't do it!!! You'll probably wake up in a cheap motel with a kidney missing!
KUMed has an automated system like that. It calls and confirms appointments the day before. Works pretty good too. What I would be worried about are the medical bills being accrued under your name and phone number. I went through that last year with a hospital north of me that I wouldn’t take a dog to. They had my name and address and were sending me bills. I had to turn it over to my attorney.
Recorded message sounding very official, but then again, so does the guy who tells me I owe forty eight hundred dollars in taxes and am going to jail if I don't pay right now.
Oh my ... I hope its not for a Brain X-ray TD
Aww, c'mon. A little ear tagging will help us find you when you stray too far into Les Paul Land!
I suggest you call the cops about this. Such a scam might seriously damage gullible and perhaps very vulnerable people, particularly elders who may not have anyone to forewarn them about such cynical cruelties. Your local police may have an officer or two whose job is to play along with scammers and nab them.
Q: What do you call a person who graduates from medical school at the bottom of the class?
As long as the Dr. is a graduate of the ' Hollywood Upstairs Medical College' you're in good hands.....
You are taking all of the fun out of this thread.