Social Security Fraud, and How To Prevent It
This article by Social Security District Manager Jonna Reno appears at The Pantagraph website and describes the top five fraud prevention tools offered by the Social Security administration. It’s an unfortunate reality of today’s world that American seniors are frequently the target of scammers looking to bilk money from Social Security beneficiaries, usually by impersonating a Social Security agent on the phone and trying to get personal data. Be aware that the Social Security Administration never makes unsolicited phone calls and never make threats, so the best advice is to simply hang up from any such calls, and report them to Social Security. Click here to read about Social Security’s fraud prevention tips and tools (as a bonus, the article also includes information about Social Security Disability benefits).
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