A Baltimore man posted a video to TikTok alleging that two middle-aged white men in suits pretended to be insurance representatives for Medicare and were asking for people’s names and social security information.
In the video, one of the suited men suggests the two leave after the man starts filming them. The filmer also notes that his friend asked the duo for their business card. As they’re leaving, the alleged Medicare representative tells the man recording that he cannot videotape him without his permission. The man behind the camera denies that’s true.
The text on the video claims that “Before I turn(ed) on the camera, he said ‘I work for Medicare.’ Once I turn(ed) on the camera, he said he works for [himself].”
Since being posted in April by @luhvme2, over 179,000 people have viewed the video and over 20,000 people have liked it. The video seemingly recently appeared on many people’s…