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A new twist on Social Security scams

Scams about Social Security and the IRS have been around for quite a while now and we frequently warn of them on this website. The latest twist is scammers who call and claim to be able to either suspend or cancel your Social Security number, with all of the resulting nightmares that would accompany actually doing that.  JUST HANG UP if you receive any such calls from anyone claiming to be from either the Social Security Administration or the IRS. Neither of those agencies communicate issues by calling you on the telephone and any such calls you get are a scam. In this article by Bonnie Lee appearing at the Sonoma Valley Sun, the author explains what to be on the lookout for, and what you should do if you receiving a scam call. Click here to read more.

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