Submitting Fraud Allegations to the OIG

The SSA Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has determined that, due to a computer error, it did not receive any fraud allegations submitted through its online fraud-reporting form from 3:30 p.m. on Monday, September 10 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.

If you submitted an allegation during this time period, please re-submit your allegation online, or you may call the OIG’s fraud hotline at 1-800-269-0271. Thank you.

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  1. 2/24/2020 twice this morning received a call saying my ss number and driver license were going to be cancelled because it was compromised that I was to call is 304-809-0054 it was from Bluefield WV.

  2. February 24 TH I received a phone call from someone claiming to be from S.S.A. I answered, his first words were this is S.S.A. calling about a lean on my S.S I did not hear anything else because I hung up knowing it was not S.S. Thanks for your warning KB

  3. I have recieved 2 calls today 1 from 1-586-790-8178 and 1 from Duda Lawence 1-586-790-6483. Both callers said that my social security number has been used in a fraudulent way in Texas and that I should contact them.

  4. March 2, 2020 I keep getting calls 3rd call today, Stating that This is Officer Gomez – 332-219-7191 from Social Security Office that my social security number has been suspended.

  5. I was called today saying there had been activity of my social number at the southern border.I did not release any information to the caller.
    I went to the locial social security office and was ask to report the call.

  6. I have received a phone call from a place in New Jersey and the phone number is 201-643-7259 and the message said to call and talk to the investor about my social security.Cause their was a legal action against my social security.,and I call and talk to the social security office and they told me to turn in as a fraud cause there were a lot of phone fraud.

  7. I keep receiving at least once a week a similar call to several of those listed above where a woman is telling me my Soc. Sec card is being fraudently used along the South Texas border requesting personal information and giving a number to call, person to talk to. I know from former experience that no one at the IRS or Social Security office makes calls like this so I have ignored it. Over the past few months I have gotten about 15 of these calls. I have blocked most of the numbers and just received another one so I put it into my address book so I would know what it was and not answer. I received some other legitimate information from Soc. Sec. yesterday and I saw your notice on the envelope about reporting incidents like to you and I am sending the number I was called from for your records. 1-281-250-8341 last call 3/19/20.

  8. On Wednesday 5/5/20 I was following up on stimulas check.
    I gave whom I thought was IRS my social also lack of information to get a stimulas check i gave my bank account number.
    My only income is SSA monthly.
    How can I protect or undo what I have done

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