My Social Security Goes Back on Texting

Texting is no longer required in order to use online Social Security accounts due to a huge amount of backlash by seniors. Two step authentication is still optional for those that would like to take advantage of the extra security. During this period of mandatory text codes many seniors were locked out of their online accounts for Social Security because they either did not have a cell phone or did not have a text plan. However, there are plans to instate an alternate security measure within the next 6 months. For more information visit this article by Michael Collins with Government Technology.


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