People receiving stimulus payment debit cards
Senior Medicare Patrol offers tips on avoiding scams
Last updated 1/27/2021 at 11:43am
Staff and wire report
Montana Senior Medicare Patrol said in a release that local Area Agencies on Aging are reporting that senior citizens are calling to ask about a credit card that arrived in the mail from "Money Network Financial," saying that they represent the U.S. Treasury and the recipient should call to activate the card with their economic stimulus. These are legitimate cards.
Some 8 million Americans are receiving their stimulus payments on a pre-paid debit card sent through the mail, in addition to others who will receive the payment via paper checks or automatic deposits. Jus...