Tag Archives: Administration

National Identity Cards With Biometric Identification Will Fix The Social Security Administration’s Problems?

While something must be done about the ridiculousness of our current flimsy paper social security cards (I’m not even sure most people know where their cards are), it’s also scary to some people to think of a “national Identity card.” (For some biblical scholars, a national Identity Card would be a confirmation of things forecasted in the book of Revelations in the bible.)
There’s no question that the social security administration’s system is, at best, outdated, and that it poses a large threat to the future welfare of our great country.
But the solution must be bigger than requiring better Identity cards.
Read below to see the legislation put forward by Mark Steven Kirk, a representative from Illinois.

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Employment, Social Security & Identity Theft

What happens when your social security number is stolen and used to obtain employment? Can you get a new one? What happens to the money paid into the Social Security Administration? And why doesn’t the government report to you duplicate payments? Read more to learn about social security and identity theft.

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The Social Security Administration on An Unsuspecting Public

Does the Social Security Administration care about Identity Theft? Yes, they do.
Was their PR, in this case, doing a very poor job of explaining that the Social Secuirty Administration actually does care about Identity Theft and phishing?
Watch below. You be the judge.

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Wake up Madison. Dumpster Diving is the least of Identity Theft.

Hello? Is anybody paying attention in Madison, Wisconsin? The amount of misinformation coming from the news media, concerning Identity theft, constantly amazes me.
A case in point? This article on a Madison, Wisconsin TV “News” station’s web site.
They tell you that “While dumpster diving is still the number one source of identity theft, scammers are getting more creative.”
Dumpster diving is #1?

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