There have been reports of suspicious phone calls coming from a Binson's phone number. Calls where the person may be offering free back braces, and all they need is your Social Security Number and date of birth.
These calls are a SCAM and are in NO WAY associated with Binson's Medical Equipment & Supplies. If you have received a call and provided your Social Security number we strongly suggest you enroll in a credit monitoring service immediately.
There are many different ways scammers may attempt to steal your information. Learn more about phone scams and how to identify them to keep your information safe.
Binson's Medical Equipment & Supplies will never ask for your Social Security Number if you are not an established patient, and without verifying your identity utilizing your demographics.
I gave my information to one of the scammers, what can I do?
If you have given your Social Security Number to one of these phone scammers, we strongly encourage you to enroll in a credit monitoring service immediately.
I received a call but did not give my information, is there something I can do?
Yes. Phone scams and identity theft affects many people. Reporting these types of incidences help track down and put an end to scams. If you have received a call we ask that you please help out by reporting this information and file a complaint on the FBI website and the Federal Trade Commission website.
Binson's is working hard to track down these scam calls. If you were a victim of a scam call, we ask that you please provide information about the call so we may have it for our records.
I have reported the scam, but I would still like to speak with a Binson's manager.
Identity theft is a serious crime, and we understand your concerns. If you would like to speak with a manager, we would be happy to arrange a phone call. Please fill out the secure form with your information and a manager will contact you as soon as possible.