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Scam Alert: Social Security Won’t Suspend Your Account

We warn you regularly at this website about Social Security scams, but it bears repeating often, as emphasized by a scam call I received just a few days ago. The caller represented himself to be from the Social Security Administration, advising that my Social Security account had been suspended because I was accused of fraudulent activity, and that I should “press 1” to get it resolved (Interesting that those guilty of a fraudulent scheme told me I was suspected of fraud). In any case, I immediately hung up and reported the call, including the phone number from which it came, to the Office of the Inspector General for Social Security ( Which is what you should do if you get a similar call. This article by Sarah Brookbank appearing at “The Enquirer” discusses the Social Security scams that are regularly foisted upon vulnerable American seniors – how to spot the scam calls, and what to do when you receive one. Click here to read more.

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