Telephone scammers are getting more sophisticated. Recently the North Carolina Medical Board (NCMB) learned scammers are spoofing the Board’s main telephone number to make their calls appear legitimate. Scammers typically threaten loss of the target’s professional license if personal or financial information is not provided.
• NCMB does NOT contact licensees by telephone to give notice of pending action, and does not demand payment or sensitive information by phone, such as DEA number or NPI number.
• If you receive a suspicious phone call, hang up; do NOT release any personal information.
• If you have questions, please send an email to: email@example.com or call 1-800-253-9653.
Please encourage colleagues to be aware and cautious.
We find ourselves in a sort of legislative limbo with session still officially underway but very few committees meeting and just a handful of bills being finished up here or there. The Senate has been absent a great deal and the House has been stripping bills or putting several bills together to send to the Senate where their fate remains less than certain. It is a difficult position for groups wanting to get things done at the legislature as they refuse to move most bills pending while tinkering at the edges on bills that the House and Senate want to resolve. Seems they are all waiting on a budget resolution that is not happening. Read the full report here.
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