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While some of you are home, practicing social distancing and frequent hand washing to avoid the Coronavirus, remember that scammers are still busy trying to take advantage of people.
We’ve seen a new twist on the Social Security Administration (SSA) scam recently. Check out this SSA imposter robocall, which says your benefits will end.
You’ve gotten the calls: from Social Security. Or the IRS. Or Medicare. Or any number of other agencies.
Have you gotten calls about supposed problems with your Social Security number from callers pretending they’re with the Social Security Administration (SSA)? If so, you’re not alone.
Probably not. At least, not from the real SSA. But how many of you have gotten calls from someone who said they were the Social Security Administration?
The FTC is getting reports about people pretending to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA) who are trying to get your Social Security number and even your money.
If you get a call that looks like it’s from the Social Security Administration (SSA), think twice.