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Our offices will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019 in observation of Martin Luther King Day.


The Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about increased attempts to steal consumers’ Social Security numbers through impersonation scams. According to the FTC, scammers claiming to be Social Security Administration representatives contact victims and say their SSN is suspended due to suspicious activity and they must verify their SSN to reactivate it. More than 35,000 people reported being victims of this scam in 2018, resulting in a loss of $10 million. The FTC reminds consumers that their SSN will never be suspended and the SSA will never call them to verify their information.