Unassuming adults and senior citizens can be susceptible to quacks and con men who are out to commit medical fraud. They do this by selling fake medical products or, worse, performing medical procedures they are not qualified to perform. At first, they reel people in with medical products (pills, lotions, or creams, for instance) that claim to heal a number of ailments or cure a host of diseases. Unfortunately, none of the claims are true. In fact, the products may even be dangerous. In the worst cases, these criminals pose as doctors with fake clinics and perform complex surgeries that put the patient at risk. If you’ve unwittingly used these products or have visited these fake doctors, report it immediately.