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Social Security scam calls; here’s what to do if you get one

That scam artists are calling people trying to extract personal information is not exactly new news, but unfortunately the scammers are getting more and more sophisticated in their methods. A basic rule to understand is to never, ever give out personal information of any kind over the phone. Social Security doesn’t call people on the phone unless you have previously solicited them to do so, so if you get an unsolicited phone call that looks like it’s from Social Security, the best advice is don’t answer it. In this WHO-HD Channel 13 TV (IA) article, Monica Madden take you through how the most recent phone scam works and how to deal with it. Click here to read more.

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