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Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) has been made aware of instances in which patients have been telephoned by individuals falsely representing themselves as calling from MCHS.
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Patients who receive a call they believe to be suspicious or believe they have been a victim of credit card fraud should contact local law enforcement and their credit bureau. Patients can also verify if MCHS contacted them by calling the number on their monthly statement.
The Federal Trade Commission offers these tips to protect yourself from fraud: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0060-10-things-you-can-do-avoid-fraud
Wisconsin also offers a variety of consumer protection resources: https://datcp.wi.gov/Pages/Programs_Services/ConsumerProtection.aspx