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Reminder about Social Security Fraud -

Social Security fraud is, unfortunately, a continuing and growing threat, ensnaring many vulnerable American seniors just about every day. Because scammers will typically pose as representatives of the Social Security Administration, your best defense against fraud is awareness of how Social Security will, and will not, contact you if they need to. Louisiana’s website offers this article from the Social Security Administration about fraud and the signs that reveal a fraudulent attempt to get at your money. Specifically, Social Security won’t contact you via email, and will only contact you by phone if you have solicited their assistance. The watchwords are “be careful, and know the signs of fraud” as explained in this article by Jasmine Dean.

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