Now is not the time to fall victim to a Social Security scam

Millions of people count on Social Security as a source of income and during times of crisis it can be even more crucial.  With the announcement from the Social Security Administration that it was closing all of its local offices in an effort to protect seniors and employees, it left many seniors wondering whether their benefits would be impacted by the closure. The Social Security Administration has confirmed that there will be NO interruption in benefits.  But scammers being scammers are using the recent office closures and the COVID-19 crisis to instill fear in seniors and rob them in the process.

Please note: The Social Security Administration will never call you out of the blue asking for personal information. If you get a phone call along those lines, hang up and report it here... So to avoid falling victim to a scam, the attached article list some other things the Social Security Administration won’t do.  Read article here…

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