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Social Security Impostor Reports & Reviews (75)

- Lehi, UT, USA • Nov 09, 2023

LETTER_OF_SUSPENSION_3CX5RHkl685 <[email protected]>


6:50?AM (38 minutes ago)

to me

Attention Dear! [email protected]

We deeply regret to inform you that your Social Security number has been temporarily suspended due to the discovery of suspicious and illegal activities during our investigation.

We request your focus be placed on the case ID at hand. (CaseID: SSA-76277975)

To facilitate efficient assistance from our Investigation team, please state the provided Case ID.

We strongly encourage your active participation and cooperation as your assistance is necessary to promptly solve the case.

We want to express our profound gratitude for your exceptional support.

With kindest regards,

Social Security Administration

United States of America</[email protected]>

- North Royalton, OH, USA • Nov 02, 2023

I received a text saying "We've redesigned our website to serve you better." There is a link to click that supposedly links to the social security administration website. They said they will deposit a payment of $4841.00 into my account. I did not click the link.

Scammer called stating they were from Social Security and mentioning she could get my benefits raised. She asked for personal information and setup a future phone appointment where she was going to request my bank details. After I realized this was a scam and did not pick up the phone she attempted to call over 5 times. Her name was Janis and the number she told me to call back on was (866) 331-7088 w/ ext. 22472. Traced the number that called me back to a Eric Zawilski who lives in Puyallup, WA. I received two different letters from this individual that had two completely different letterheads that looked nothing like what I usually receive from Social Security. Additional numbers after research connected to this scam setup are as follows: (866) 331-5532, (509) 838-7486, (253) 597-8308, (253) 330-7903, (509) 334-7634, (253) 588-9593, (253) 592-9221, (253) 576-5616, (509) 838-7486, and (253) 365-0004

This is alarming considering that whoever would do this is someone that would target elders, and especially people with disabilities who are very unlikely to detect this very sophisticated operation and most likely to lose their benefits to these scammers.

The scammer said they have an order to suspend my social security number, as it was used in “illegal activity” and I asked what illegal activity and they said money laundering and drug trafficking and then they hung up. I tried calling back and it said they weren’t receiving calls.

I was contacted that the federal government had a fraud case that I was linked to. I was told not to hang up and to press 1to hear about my case. Someone was pressing charges against me. If I didn't contact within two business days I would be in trouble. Automated. Then forwarded to a busy call center. The guy answered as the Federal Social Security Department. The guy seemed confused as to why I was calling. Pretended to look up my account. I said that I didn't have a case number like he requested. He then proceeded to ask for for my name and address so I hung up.

Received call today on my cell phone from (281)617-0366 Houston TX but nobody answered so I hung up(3:05 PM) and 13 minutes later received a call from (281)803-3729, who said, my Social Security Number had been compromised and if I wanted to talk to an officer, press a number - I immediately hung up.

- Bothell, WA, USA

One of those automated calls saying your SSN is compromised...

They claimed to be the Department of Social Security and wanted me to give them my personal information. When I refused they told me I was going to be arrested because ot was being used for fraudulent activity.

Call said that my social security number has been cancelled due to fraudulent use. To hear more about it...(I hung up)


- Boise, ID, USA

I received 2 calls claiming that were social security federal officers and I needed to call them regarding my social security number which would be blocked if I did not call them back... Calls came a week apart with 2 different numbers?

- Garden City, ID, USA

“Activities related to your Social Security number we are forced to suspend her Social Security number with immediate effect in case you feel this is an error _?_?_?_ _?_ _ connect to delete the part of social security administration in order to connect a social security administration office or press one we did not hear from your social will be blocked permanently to connect now press one will be automatically connect to the concert department…”

- Reynoldsville, PA, USA

I received an automated phone call from my town saying my social security was used for illegal purchases and if I didn't want to go to jail to press 1 now. So I pressed 1 and a man in a foreign language said social security how may I help you. I said, if my social security was used unlawfully tell me my social security number and he hung up. Please be aware and don't give out any information.

- Wailuku, HI, USA

Automated voicemail:

This call from our department is to inform you that there is a legal action filed on your Social Security number for fraudulent activity. In order to connect federal agent, press one and you will be connected to the concerned department. If we don't hear from you, your social will be blocked permanently. Press one and you will be connected to the concerned department.

- Dellroy, OH, USA

Entered by Staff - LJ - 1-29-21

I received a scam message on my home answering machine from the Social Security. Administration. I did not answer the call. Due to suspicious activity related to your Social Security number we are forced to suspend your Social Security number. Press one to speak with a Social Security representative if you feel this is an error. In case we don't hear from you your Social Security number will be blocked. Press one to speak with concerned department. Their phone number is 330-794-3903.

- Massillon, OH, USA

I did not answer the phone, because I did not recognize the number. the caller left a voice mail. The caller said to press 1 to be connected to the concern dept. if I do not my social security number will be blocked forever. I called the number that was on my phone that came from the original call. My phone provider said it could not be connected as dialed. It was an international call please check my number and try again.

- Heathsville, VA, USA

Received a call from a local number with a recorded message claiming my social security number was being deleted and forwarded to a live person answering “Social Security Service” asked what could she help me with. My response, “received a call”. She paused then hung up.

Received a phone call from #719-528--5920. Robotic voice warns me that my Social Security Number has been compromised and I should press a digit to be connected to staff that will give me the specifics. Instead of doing that I hung up. I then tried to find a free, truly 100 % free way to look the number up, with, yeah you guessed it, no luck. What they gave me were initials B M and Colorado State.

- Memphis, TN, USA

Person called claiming to be from the social security administration and trying to obtain my information to steal my identity

- Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Said that I will lose my social security benefits soon and that I need to talk to a social security police

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