Frauds & Scams

Submitting Fraud Allegations to the OIG

September 24, 2018 • By

Last Updated: September 24, 2018

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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Andrew Cannarsa, OIG Communications Director

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  1. duane p.

    kuhiobeach18@yahoo.com, i was scammed by an inpersonator of ss on may 26

  2. Rosalyn. L.

    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

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Rosalyn, thank you for using our blog. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the agency, which receives and analyzes public complaints related to identity theft. We hope they can help. Thanks!

  3. Ronald J.

    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.

  4. James L.

    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.

  5. Woodrow W.

    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. Alice H.

    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.

  7. Gary

    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.

  8. Karla H.

    Voice message regarding unusual activity on my SS number

  9. Kirk B.

    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

  10. joanne m.

    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.

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