111 thoughts on “Expanding Social Security Field Office Hours

  1. i need help desperately . i have still not received my 2019 tax refund nor my stimulus check. i am about to be evecitated from from home due to past due to rent and when I do pay my rent on Mon, June 1st, i will not have enough money to pay my other wills and $150 to buy groceries for me and my daughters. i have tried many, many times on irs.gov and economic impact payment to find out information. They say i have an invalid SS#, but I received my State (which was confiscated for past due school loan payment). i received a letter from IRS about a month and half ago, that said if i could not provide medical receipts they would deduct that amount from refrund. i am in process of getting divorce and was not able to get that info from my soon to be ex-wife. So, i told them to go ahead and just deduct the amount from refund due to me. i had gotten email stating my refund should arrive in 2 weeks. That was months ago. i understand the pandemic has put most things to a stop, but all my friends and family have received their check. when I enter my social security number in the websites they all say no one recognized by the number. i have rechecked my original tax form that i filled out and it is all correct. i have even given my banking information for auto deposit. Please, I am begging you, can someone please help me find out what is going on. i cannot call. as there is no number referenced to call. i get kicked out of the websites because they say i have entered my information too many times and i am blocked for 24hrs before i can enter information again. If you cannot help me, please can you refer me to someone who can help me. Thank you very much for your help concerning this matter.

  2. Mr.Andrew Saul, My name is Doris M.Ridley. I applied for my Medicare part B in April 2020 since I was retiring in May 2020. I completed all required cms forms and got employers to to complete cms L564. I submitted all paperwork and was told it was received by enrollment on 4/20/20. I have Not received my part B card yet. I’ve made numerous calls to social security on 6/28,7/2,and 7/15/20 receiving different answers and mistruths. I currently don’t have any health insurance. I worked for 40years as a RN and I am frustrated and disappointed with the lengthy and incompetence that I’ve encountered. I would like for so one in your office to contact me with info on where I will receive my card!

    Doris M. Ridley

    • Hi Doris. For your security, we do not have access to private information in this venue. We ask that members in our Blog community work with our offices with specific questions. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213 for assistance or you can contact your local Social Security office. Please look for the general inquiry telephone number at the Social Security Office Locator. The number may appear under Show Additional Office Information. Please be aware that our call wait times are longer than normal. We hope this information helps.

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