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How do you report fraud to the Social security administration?


You may report suspected Social Security fraud to your local office, or by calling the toll free Social Security phone number at 1-800-772-1213.

Of course, reporting fraud will require that you know some information about the person you are alleging has committed fraud. Remember, Social Security will have to be able to identify the person in their records, and that will require that SSA can match the individual to their Social Security number.

You are not required to have the individual's number in order to make a fraud report, however it will be helpful if you can provide a name, date of birth, or at least a phone number or address for the person.

To protect your privacy, you may report alleged instances of fraud to the Social Security Administration and remain anonymous.




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