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Spread The Word About Social Security Scams

Sep 4, 2021

Getting calls saying your Social Security number is suspended because of suspicious activity? It’s a scam. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is not calling you, no matter what your caller ID says.

To spread the word about this growing scam, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau created this fraud prevention placemat in consultation with the FTC and SSA.

Order Free Copies

You can order free copies of the placemat to use at a meal site or to share with friends and family. The placemat is in English on one side and Spanish on the other.

To report these scams, go to ftc.gov/complaint. And for more tips, visit IdentityTheft.gov/SSA.

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