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What to do if you get a Suspicious Call From Social Security

Scammers and tricksters, cyber-criminals and down-right nefarious persons seem to be constantly trying to get at your personal information and, ultimately, your money. And sometimes this comes in the form of a phone call from a person who claims to represent the Social Security Administration and posing as someone who can help you avoid arrest and suspension of your benefits, if only you do exactly as they tell you. Well, any such phone calls you receive are fraudulent perpetuated by a scammer who is trying to bilk you out of money.  The best advice? Hang up immediately, as explained in this Tyler (TX) Morning Telegraph article by Leo Rossler. Click here to read more.

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