Answer by bseastrand at 12:14 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by samurai_chica at 12:15 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by tnm786 at 12:15 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by HotMama330 at 12:20 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
That happened to me. What a mess! It took 7yrs to get it straightened out. You need to check your credit history from all 3 credit bureau agency's and see if they are taking loans out in your name or anything suspicious. If they are, file a police report. If they are taking things out using your ssn, then most likely they are not paying for it. So then you have to contact all the collection agencies and go from there. You will most likely have to call them a million times before its all said and done. The sooner you get this taken care of the better. GL!
Answer by Shines3 at 12:24 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by Brycensmommy512 at 12:37 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
The social security administration would only know if there were two people paying in to your account. They only track your income until you qualify to collect social security income. They don't track your credit history the way the credit bureaus do. But still you would think they would be interested.
And there are exactly 1,000,000,000 number combinations. That is 1 Billion with a B. They havn't run out. Nobody is supposed to be sharing.
Answer by LoveMyDog at 12:39 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by Candi1024 at 12:41 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
Answer by Brycensmommy512 at 12:42 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
I tried to get a new ssn. The ss office said even if they did give me a new number, my old one would still be attached to me. How they explained it to me nothing would actually be solved.
Answer by Shines3 at 12:52 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
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