How to Prevent Social Distancing and Social Catfish in Your Social Security Account
You have a Social Security number.
You may also have a credit card, driver’s license, or other identification number.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is the main federal agency that issues Social Security numbers and driver’s licenses.
Social Security, along with other federal programs, helps you receive government benefits and helps to pay for medical care.
Social distancing means you can’t use your Social Security account to make purchases or make payments from your own accounts.
If you’re worried about your Social System number being used by criminals, make sure to change your Social security number.
Here are some things you can do to help protect yourself: Don’t share your Social Code online or by email, phone, or online message.
If anyone tries to access your Social code online, they will likely find it on your computer or mobile device.
If they try to use your SSN to make a purchase, you should change your SSNs to prevent that.