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Can you find out an average person's social security number online?
no, because if anybody could than wouldn't it be easier for identity thieves to steal anybody's identity? There are certain laws in place does not allow that. But, if that person chooses to post their social security number online then you can see theirs.
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If you know a person's social security number is there some way you can find out if they are a US citizen without requesting paperwork from them?
Answer People don't have SSN#'s unless they have at one point been a citizen of the USA. Answer people with legal green cards and who are …working can get a ssn--you can not work in the US without one I do not think
I hope you wouldn't want to. The idea is that this fraud should be prevented by financial institutions' referring to the Social Security Death Index or Death Master File. This… information is freely available at many sites online and most financial institutions reportedly access this information on a continual basis. Most deaths are logged into the SSDI and therefore most families should be protected from this kind of fraud. However, to ensure you and your loved ones are best protected, either you, the funeral director, the executor of the will or probate administrator should contact the Social Security Administration ASAP with proof of death. Once this information is reported to the SSA the social security number is flagged as belonging to a deceased individual and can no longer be used for most fraudulent purposes.
One can find social security number verification service by going to the official website of the U.S. Social Security. One needs to register and log in to get the verification….
Under normal circumstances a private party would not be allowed access to Social Security information of another person, even their spouse as the SSA, the IRS and other …such government agencies strictly enforces their rules of privacy.
get a credit report and look and see if there are things on it that's not your if there is call the credit reporting ageanys and then go to your local pd to report it they wil…l then tell you what to do next
You can go to your local/provincial government web site and input your SSN number into the available search area. Its free to use and is good for validating the number.
take her birth certificate to the social security office and file for a new social security card. if she is in school they should also have that number.
Locating a Person's Place of Employment Using an SSN Individuals cannot access such information. Persons or creditors can only obtain the information by use of the disc…overy process after a judgment has been entered against the debtor. There is only one exception to the above, although for personal use would be illegal. Any IRS or State Tax Agent with database access can locate an individual in a small manner of computer moves. This is how they show up at your workplace when you don't know they're coming. For a regular guy, find out where they live and ask a neighbor, or have them followed to work by an Investigator.
the numbers represent different data, such as your dob; state it was issued inetc, etc. Do you mean specific to just the info revealed from the number itself? Like the …first three numbers designate the state you were born in, etc. Or do you mean...if someone knows your social security number, what can they do with it and/or find out about you? That answer is : They can become you if they want to. They can use it to do everything you can do regarding finances, and more. Access your accounts, personal data, health records, apply and receive credit cards. Basically, with proper knowledge, they could write a book on your whole life that would be accurate. Most just choose to steal your identity for awhile, until they have financially ruined you, then move on to the next victim.
You do not. Use of the Social Security number is the exclusive venue of the Social Security Administration as established by the Social Security Act.
There are many web sites that can help you find a person using their social security number. This is legal, but they do charge a fee. You can search your browser by typi…ng in things such as "People Search" or "Find Someone", etc.
You are given a social security number the day you are born. You do not choose it. It is automatically yours to own forever. Every individual has their very own social securi…ty number that they own until they die. This is why it is important to take care of your social security card. If it is stolen, the person who has it can steal your identity and use it anyway they want, If you lose your social security card, notify the social security office as soon as possible. That person who stole it now ha become you, with regards to finances and you will be responsible for theft if you do not report it immediately to the banks and stores and everyone else you do business with.
Follow this link to the official Social Security Administration website. This particular page gives instructions on how to get a replacement card if your original one has been… lost or stolen. . You can get the form needed from your nearest SSA office. Or download the application for replacing a SS card at the SSA site. I believe it is SS5 (not positive though). . How about look at your last years' tax return copy? I bet it is there. . Look at old tax forms, old paycheck stubs, copies of government forms. Ask your employer or your bank. . If all else fails, call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.
Answer Unless you're authorized to secure social security numbers, the only way to obtain them is through illegal activity. Social security numbers are among the… most private of an individual's information. Most local law enforcement personnel are not even authorized to such information. If the numbers you're looking for deal with you or relatives, contact the Social Security Administration.
That information is confidential. About the only way you can find out is to: ask the personobtain a court order
\n. \n Answer \n. \nThis is illegal unless it is to do with creditors, etc.!\n. \n . \n No.\n. \nSocial Security numbers/records, are protected by US federal law.\n…. \nCreditors and other persons have access to SS numbers because the individual supplies them at the time of application. The creditor does not have access to the individuals employment history through the SSA nor do private individuals.\n. \nCertain exceptions are made for governmental agencies (IRS, USCIS, etc.) and for standing orders of child support being enforced by a state or federal agency.
I would like to know if by using your social security number can you find your employment history?