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@mysteryshopper16 Yes, @FredSmif is correct that the SSA's website is www.ssa.gov. Thanks for chiming in, @FredSmif!

 

We also have some great resources through the AARP Fraud Watch Network -- here we cover common Social Security-related scams, how to spot them and how to keep your information safe: https://aarp.info/2XXNZlH  - you will also find our Fraud Watch Network Helpline in this link! Thanks!

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Thank you for the quick reply, the proper Social Security URL and the tip on creating my own account.

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Official site:

 

https://www.ssa.gov/

 

Be sure to create your own "My Social Security" account in order to view your records and potential benefits (also, it prevents someone else from "claiming" your account as part of identity theft.

 

You may wish to check on the Social Security forum here at AARP.

see https://community.aarp.org/t5/Social-Security/bd-p/bf17

 

 

 


@mysteryshopper16 wrote:

because there are so many "fake" sites, what is the "real" website for the Social Security Administration?


 

 

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because there are so many "fake" sites, what is the "real" website for the Social Security Administration?

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