Scams Using Social Security Automated Calls!

Scammers posing as the Social Security Administration (SSA) are attempting to obtain your social security number or money. Here’s an example of a notice informing you that your benefits will be terminated.

Other scams include claims that your social security number has been suspended due to suspicious conduct or a crime, that your social security number has been reactivated, that your bank accounts have been confiscated, and so on.

… your social security number, which will take effect immediately. As a result, all of your social benefits will be suspended until further notice.

If you believe this is incorrect, you should contact the legal… social security administration. To speak with a Social Security Administration officer, dial 1 right now.

If we do not hear from you, your social media accounts will be permanently shut down. To speak with an officer, press 1 and you will be linked to a Concerned Department instantly.

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We have not received any feedback; nevertheless, if you wish to speak with a social security representative about your benefits, press 1 and this automated system will connect you to the appropriate authority. To connect, press 1 right now.

Put an end to it

This is a rip-off. Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever

The Social Security Administration will never call you to threaten your benefits or tell you to send money, wire money, or put money on gift cards.

Never give out your Social Security number or any part of it to anyone who contacts you. Never give out your bank account number, credit card number, or any other financial or personal information.

If you’ve received a robocall like this or have been a victim of an SSA scam, register a complaint with our office; the Federal Trade Commission; or the Social Security Administration.