Contact the Inspector General’s hotline if you experience any of the following: An agent tries to sell you a second Medigap policy when they are aware that you already have one. An agent pressures you into buying a Medigap policy through lying and misleading. An agent tries to sell you a Medigap policy although they know you are receiving Medicaid, except in certain situations. An agent tries to sell you a Medigap policy when they know you have Medicare Advantage, unless your coverage under the Advantage plan ends before the Medigap effective date. An agent claims that a Medigap policy is part of the Medicare program or another federal program. An agent claims that a Medicare Advantage policy is a Medigap plan. An agent tries to sell you a Medigap policy that is not offered in your state. An agent claims they are a Medicare representative when they really work for a Medigap insurance company. An agent tries to sell you a Medicare Advantage Plan when you say you want to stay in Original Medicare and buy a Medigap policy. For information, visit ManahttanLife's Medicare Supplement Plans .