How does a repo agent find someone who gives false information if you have the full name and Social Security number?
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Your Social Security number is yours to use for a lifetime. If you find out that someone else has used it notify the Social Security Office immediately. No one can use their Social Security number to connect a telephone for another person. It is their own personal number for their use only for their lifetime.
Can someone find out what your social security number if given the number on the back of the social security card?
If someone is developmentally disabled and doesn't have a social security number are there any benefits?
It identifies you. It gives some information about the person. It is not a count or a total or an average, or any numeric kind of information. While it does have the word number in it, it is not counting anything. You never add social security numbers together, or get the average social security number or do any other such numerical calculation with them. You do that with quantitative data.
In the US, to get a person's Social Security Number you must ask them for it, but they don't have to tell you unless you are their employer. Social Security Numbers are not public information and there is no place where you can go to get the number of a living person, other than to that person or their legal guardian.
No, not anyone can require a social security number. In most cases, the general public will never need your social security number, but if someone does, be suspicious. Usually, only government or bank forms (and other types of official forms) are the only things that should require your social security number. For example, the grocery store cashier cannot require your social security number because you are buying too many apples.
Can someone get your social security number from the red numbers on the back of your social security card?
Till date, 450+ million SSNs have been issued, but with just under 1 billion possible number combinations, there has never been a need to recycle numbers, and the SSAhas clearly mentioned that it does "not reassign a Social Security number (SSN) after the number holder's death." To know more about the social security benefits statement you can visit the Social security my account. It describes even a single bit of the information about the social…
No, this is another internet myth. There are various false stories that claim he has (pick one) the social security number of a dead man, the social security number of someone from Africa, or no social security number at all. None of these stories are true. Since he was born in America and is a citizen, he has always had an American social security number; but it is private -- as are the social security…
We generally are not allowed to tell you who owns a particular social security number, since that information is supposed to be confidential. However, there are some online resources that can at least tell you which state issued the particular card (016= Massachusetts, 230= Virginia, etc). I enclose a link to one of the social security card information sites.
If this is your social security number just tell them that you don't give that unless they get a letter from the Social Security Administration ordering you to give the number. If someone is paying you money such as your employer or your bank you should give them the SS number or they will not pay you.
Yes, it is "legal" to ask for your social security number. And it is legal because it is NOT against the law to do so. What may or may not be legal, in some cases, is to ask someone to provide a social security number as a requirement to have access, for instance, to a benefit to which that same person is entitled by law.