Social Security Office of the Inspector General explains those impersonation calls

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Social Security Office of the Inspector General Special Agent Tracey Thanos joins John Williams to explain how fraudsters pose as Social Security to obtain your personal information by phone. Then, Tracey explains how you can avoid being scammed by these fraudsters.

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