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2006-09-22 14:32:24
2006-09-22 14:32:24

You need to find out why it's failing a check. If it's identity theft, file a report with your local police and contact the Social Security Administration with the report number. They can flag the card or -- in rare cases -- issue another number. Until you know why your SS# is failing checks, you can't deal with it.


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Social Security is important today because it prevents the applications in which the President can take from a Credit Card Holder. A Social Security holds one's identity and cannot be replaced.

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Unfortunately, this is the same thing and you cannot.

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You cannot access your social security entitlement until you are eligible to collect social security. Then the people who are working will fund your entitlement.

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