Social Security is now on the ‘Gram’

social security Instagram account image Over the last decade, the way Social Security communicates with you has evolved to include electronic messages, through our social media channels. We spread our message about a lifetime of protections on Twitter, LinkedIn, our Facebook page,  and on our YouTube channel.

We are proud to add Instagram as our newest social media channel. As we do on the others , we share information and resources on our Instagram page that can help you and your loved ones — with a visual focus. As the old adage goes, sometimes a picture says more than a thousand words. We look forward to maximizing this platform’s storytelling style of posting to share stories that help you.

Using Instagram’s vast reach of over one billion users a month, we can share information about Social Security programs and benefits with millions of people. We want to start a conversation with you and create a lasting connection. Connecting with us on social media helps you share important information and knowledge with the people you care about.

Check out our Instagram page today! You can follow our posts, comment on them, quote them, repost them, and help us spread the message. Follow @SocialSecurity for valuable content or, as they say on the ‘Gram’, #instagood posts.


25 thoughts on “Social Security is now on the ‘Gram’

  1. I don’t know what Instagram is, however I would never use anything like Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter. Let me know what’s up your sleeve; thanks.
    John Kiger

  2. You all are doing a great job! Keep it up. Managing people’s social security benefits is a huge undertaking.

    Many thanks!

  3. Friday April 26th I received a call from 205-598-3121a message even though I answered stating it was Soc Sec. I as to call immediately as my SS a count was in trouble and there was a warrant going out.
    I am posting this for people to be aware of this phone number. We all know the scams are hot and heavy these days for retirees.


      • Hi Kathleen. Thank you for letting us know about these calls. We do not usually make random calls. If you or anyone receives calls saying that they are from Social Security, do not give out any personal information. Suspicious calls should be reported to the Office of the Inspector General at 1-800-269-0271 or online. You can also report these scams to the Federal Trade Commission through a new site specific to Social Security scams here. We hope this help

  4. Social Security can be complex and hard to understand. The more information published, the better. Just remember, blog sites are not intended to solve specific problems. Never give out personal information, go to your local office or call 800-772-1213 if you need information.

  5. Thanks you for all your help!!

    Please continue growing and giving to all the Americans an easy ways to contact you and learn about our rights and obligations…,

  6. Thank sir for assistance my case retirement pay deposits direct transfer to bangkok bank in new york brand service for my account holding by ach chang to be IAT online system to be Thai bath in my account holding in Thailand!

  7. We live on Social Security if it end in 2020 we will be out in the street, we only get less that $1700 per month and i have to try to get some kind of work just to make the bills so with our Social Security we won’t have a dime to live on, So as I think this is not true? I wish they would just leave the Social Security money alone it doesn’t belong to any body but the people who earned it. Stop letting any body stick there hands into it and just chop them off when they try.
    Thank you Ronald.

  8. We live on Social Security if it end in 2020 we will be out in the street, we only get less that $1700 per month and i have to try to get some kind of work just to make the bills so with our Social Security we won’t have a dime to live on

  9. While I use my desktop computer daily and my new smart phone occasionally, I don’t use social media. Please keep E-Mail contacts in force.

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  11. i was scammed and had to change my bank accounts immediately and social security said for me to leave existing accounts active until they say change them.
    no way so i guess my retirement checks will stop or maybe they will mail me the checks and i can deposit them.

  12. I am out of the country and I have asked for the 3 forms that I need a new password, canceling my medicare and requesting to use my spouse’s income. On the second request, I got only the for to cancel my Medicare. I filled it out and sent it back, that was in February 2019, they are still deducting it from my check as if I never canceled and I got no notice through email that they received it. It would be great if I could at least get my password fixed and then I’m sure I fix the rest. Any suggestions that are beyond traveling all the way back to the USA for something that I could easily fix online once getting a password fix! Or, can we apply for a new account?

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