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Call the real SS phone number. That number could be fake. I'm just a person not fraud protection but don't call a phone number just because they say it's SS. Lots of fraud out there. If it's fake they will tell you to verify your SS and then they rob...
LindaS567836 02-21-2020 11:51 AM
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AARP did an article about age discrimination but it reminded me that seeking jobs online not only required me to give my age but also my social security number. Couldn't a scammer put a non-existent job online just to get social security numbers? I a...
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I again am just an older person here but also was worried about online interviews. They want you birthday which doesn't seem right or legal. And more personal info. Can that be trusted?
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:53 PM
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I agree. Also watch out for putting into your mothered last name on these things. That's usually what they would ask for An account If you forget your password. But I'm just an older person who is older and wiser, not your internet AARP person 
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:43 PM
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Call the real SS phone number. That number could be fake. I'm just a person not fraud protection but don't call a phone number just because they say it's SS. Lots of fraud out there. If it's fake they will tell you to verify your SS and then they rob...
LindaS567836 02-21-2020 11:51 AM
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AARP did an article about age discrimination but it reminded me that seeking jobs online not only required me to give my age but also my social security number. Couldn't a scammer put a non-existent job online just to get social security numbers? I a...
LindaS567836 02-20-2020 06:53 PM
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I again am just an older person here but also was worried about online interviews. They want you birthday which doesn't seem right or legal. And more personal info. Can that be trusted?
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:53 PM
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I agree. Also watch out for putting into your mothered last name on these things. That's usually what they would ask for An account If you forget your password. But I'm just an older person who is older and wiser, not your internet AARP person 
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:43 PM
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Call the real SS phone number. That number could be fake. I'm just a person not fraud protection but don't call a phone number just because they say it's SS. Lots of fraud out there. If it's fake they will tell you to verify your SS and then they rob...
LindaS567836 02-21-2020 11:51 AM
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AARP did an article about age discrimination but it reminded me that seeking jobs online not only required me to give my age but also my social security number. Couldn't a scammer put a non-existent job online just to get social security numbers? I a...
LindaS567836 02-20-2020 06:53 PM
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I again am just an older person here but also was worried about online interviews. They want you birthday which doesn't seem right or legal. And more personal info. Can that be trusted?
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:53 PM
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I agree. Also watch out for putting into your mothered last name on these things. That's usually what they would ask for An account If you forget your password. But I'm just an older person who is older and wiser, not your internet AARP person 
LindaS567836 02-19-2020 08:43 PM
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