Scammers are asking women to lie about complications from transvaginal mesh surgeries, hinting at potentially large compensation sums.
These phone scammers ask if women have had the mesh operation and if they haven’t, they’re asked to lie and say that they’ve had the transvaginal mesh implanted. Scammers may be trying to glean private information from their targets.
Unfortunately, this scam shows that knowledge of transvaginal mesh complications has become “mainstream.” Numerous television ads also entice viewers to call a phone number if they’ve suffered mesh injuries.
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