Q: One guy called to Midical and IHSS for application for my disable son to get Medical and IHSS for me he asked for $750
He complained to Court for my son who is disable he never told us this amount we asked how much fee would be he did not answered we do not know what to do. We need help.
If someone asked you for money in exchange for assistance with applying for Medical and IHSS benefits for your disabled son, this may be a form of fraud or exploitation. It is important to report this behavior to the appropriate authorities as soon as possible.
You may want to contact the Medical and IHSS offices directly to report the individual who asked for money. Additionally, you may want to contact local law enforcement to report the fraud or exploitation and seek guidance on how to proceed.
It is important to be cautious when providing personal information or financial information to anyone who claims to be able to assist with government benefits applications. Legitimate service providers should not charge fees for assistance with these types of applications.
If you are unsure of how to proceed, you may want to consult with a local legal aid organization or community advocacy group that specializes in disability rights or elder abuse prevention. They may be able to provide guidance and support as you navigate this situation.
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