- Providing or paying for meals
- Offering money or gift cards in any amount or
- Offering gifts worth more than $15 (that aren’t available to general public) to encourage enrollment
- Marketing or selling non-health care related products (annuities, investments) during an appointment. The beneficiary has to request this additional information.
- Discussing and/ or marketing healthcare products beyond what the beneficiary originally agreed to discuss
- Cold calling under the guise of selling non-Medicare Advantage and then guide conversation to MA plans
- Mass enrollment at events where clients may not know they are being enrolled
- Agents going into housing complexes without appointments and going door to door
- Market plans in health care settings (waiting rooms, exam rooms, pharmacy counters, etc
- Implying you are calling or selling on behalf of Medicare
About National Contracting Center
NCC is a leading senior insurance marketing firm (FMO) specializing in Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements, and Final Expense products for independent agents. NCC partners with you to provide support, training, and concierge service for all your insurance needs.
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