December 3, 2010
According to lcsun-news.com, the Social Security office in El Paso is warning residents about a scam that involves phone calls telling people they are due Social Security benefits.
The caller claims it was a mandate from President Barack Obama, and the recipient will be given a specific amount of Social Security benefits.
The caller attempts to collect bank and other personal information from the caller, claiming it’s necessary for the caller to receive Social Security benefits.
Who do you think is most vulnerable for Social Security benefits scams? What do you think law enforcement officials should do to prevent more Social Security benefits scams in the future?
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