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Social Security-based Scams…The Importance of Due Diligence

It was once a seasonal thing, this emphasis on scams and fraud operations based on Social Security data. No longer. It’s now a constant, year-round situation, and a post on by contributor Leo Rossler drives this point home. In addition to discussing the indicators of a likely fraud situation, Rossler’s post provides guidance on how to report the situation and what information to include in your report. We all have a responsibility in this war against scams, so this is a good post to read. Check it out here…


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