Social Security Scam

Social Security is committed to protecting your personal information. We urge you to always be cautious and to avoid providing sensitive information such as your Social Security number (SSN) or bank account information to unknown people over the phone or internet. If you receive a call and aren’t expecting one, you must be extra careful. You…

Senior Woman Phone Scam

Ever gotten a voicemail that sounds a bit threatening and urgent from a vague agency that appears to be affiliated to the government? I received one today… “Department is pursuing the case file. Call the department at 469-405-8495. To get more information call 469-405-8495. Failure to call will result in serious legal consequences and suspension…

identity theft

Tips For Seniors To Prevent Identity Theft Not only does identity theft cost victims hundreds of dollars but credit reports are inevitably dam­aged causing an array of consequences from lost job opportunities to denied loan applications. And identity theft can sneak up on you—you may not even know someone has gotten hold of your credit…