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What Federal bank does the red number on the back of the Social Security card belong to?

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None. The code on the back of the card is a "sequential control number" that was placed one the large sheets of cards during the printing process. Each number is different, but indicates when and where the card originated, and can eventually be linked to person who applied for the card. This information is now being used to determine whether a card is valid or fraudulent, to help combat identity theft.

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