Medical identity theft will happen directly to you. Like all identity theft, medical identity card thieves have ruined your life, but they can also tamper with your medical services, waste taxpayers' money and put you in a legal dilemma. Unlike credit card losses, there is no consumer protection for medical loss.Charging occurs when medical insurance is charged a more expensive device or program than the device or program you receive, also known as "upstream code billing." Experts say, be sure to check your health insurance statement; thieves are sneaky, you don't want to leave false claims on your records. If you notice a difference, please call your doctor's office first to rule out innocent errors. False freebies are designed to draw you to devices or services you might not need. Motorcycles, back brackets and other devices that are "free for you" will in many cases scam fraud and provide you with inferior products if you get it. According to the federal “false declaration law”, if you are part of a false application operation – do you know – you may be liable. Medicare scammers take your Medicare number and fill out the prescriptions they subsequently sell on the black market. Often, when your own prescription is rejected, you will find yourself a victim.