Vitelity LLC – Vitelity LLC attempting to get my street…

I received a telephone call on my landline telephone this morning from a man asking for my mailing address. When I asked why he wanted it, he said he wanted to send me a ‘free health benefits card’. I told him that I had a health benefits card and he said it was in addition to that one. I told him that I thought the call was very suspicious and hung up. The Caller ID said ‘Vitelity LLC’. The same call came through about 10 minutes late, but I didn’t answer it. I’ve blocked this number from being put through to my telephone.

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Vitelity LLC – Vitelity LLC attempting to get my street address to send a ‘free’ medical benefits card. Nationwide is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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