Social Security impersonation scams were at the top of the list in 2019 for scams that take aim at senior citizens and that could very well be the case again this year. The Social Security Administration notes that more than 330,000 complaints have been made since November.
Social Security Administrator Andrew Saul stated in a press release that the problem has become widespread. In January, Saul told a United States Senate panel that this is something that has snuck up on everyone and is now a massive problem.
Read the full article in the Mar. 12 issue of Navarre Press.