This is what a Social Security scam is like. Do not allow yourself to be a victim!



This is what a Social Security scam is like. Do not allow yourself to be a victim!

I recently almost fell prey to this scam. Please be on the lookout for a phone call like this one. The Social Security Administration will never contact you in this manner or claim that your social security number will be frozen and new one issued so long as you follow their instructions.

From the Social Security Administration about this scam:

How to contact the credit reporting agencies:

How to Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft:

Protect your identity:

NOMBERG LAW LIVE: Whitney Seals discusses identity theft and credit reporting issues:

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3 Responses

  1. Gill Bailey says:

    My goodness , im a 79 year old grandmother , i have known about these for quite a while , im surprised that you did'nt . I have watched/ listened to these scams on YouTube and learned quite a lot .Im sure there are alot of people out there whodid'nt know about it but i suggest finding the videos on YouTube , there are alot .

  2. The Nomberg Law Firm says:

    Unsolicited "prescreened" offers for credit and insurance must include a toll-free phone number you can call if you choose to remove your name and address from the lists these offers are based on. You may opt-out with the nationwide credit bureaus at 1-888-5OPTOUT (1-888-567-8688).

  3. Keith Harris says:

    Bernard great video that really helps people by sharing what happens in you own life. I got one of those call a couple of months ago and call their bluff on it quick. Asking me to give them personal information, that the SS should already have in front of them. I call them on it and they hung up on me as well. Thanks for sharing the information!

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