Social Security scams are an ongoing problem
While it’s certainly not the first time we’ve posted warnings here about Social Security scams, it’s a message that bears repeating: Social Security scammers are out there and continue to try to bilk you out of your money. Using tactics designed to scare vulnerable senior citizens, their calls may even be identified on your caller ID as being from the Social Security Administration, or even from Social Security’s Fraud Department. They try to get you to reveal your personal information by asking you to “confirm” your data, ask you to pay money to resolve the situation, and threaten you with loss of your benefits if you don’t comply. In all cases, you should hang up on these scammers and report the incident to Social Security, as explained in this important article in The Chetek (WI) Alert newspaper. Click here to read more.
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