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How to Report A Social Security Scam

Unfortunately, the underbelly of society includes many criminals who seek ways to take your hard earned money from your pocket. And a prime target for these scammers are seniors collecting Social Security benefits, and who may be susceptible to threats about losing them. Typically, this scam comes in the form of a phone call from someone posing as a Social Security agent who is trying to “help” you avoid problems. But, as explained in this Winston-Salem Journal article by Tim Clodfelter, don’t fall for it, and report any such attempts to the Social Security Inspector General, using the contact information provided in the article. Click here to read more about how to spot a scam and how to report it.

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