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No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.

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No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.



You cannot pay bills with control numbers. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


You will not be able to pay any bills that way. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


You don't. The red number (which is not always red; on some cards it may be blue or black) is a sequence control number. It cannot be used to "pay bills" or anything else; it is strictly an internal bureaucratic check used by the Social Security Administration and is completely irrelevant for any other purpose.


They are not. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


Not unless the person you're paying is as gullible as, it seems, many internet users are. So I suppose you've got a shot. The red number is a sequence control number. It doesn't mean anything to anyone outside the Social Security Administration, and in particular, it cannot be used to pay bills, or for any other purpose whatsoever.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


No. You cannot use random combinations of numbers to pay bills. That is nonsense. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


Nowhere. You can't pay your bills that way. The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.


The red numbers on the back of a social security card are control numbers that verify the authenticity of the card. They serve no other purpose.



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