What You Need To Know About the Latest Social Security Scam
DES MOINES, Iowa -- If you receive a call about fraudulent activity or threats to suspend your social security number, you should hang up. Social security scams aren't anything new, but the latest trend uses fear tactics to try and get your personal information. Kim Price is approaching the age where she needs social security, so she was alarmed when she got a call about fraudulent activity in her name. She said she was originally suspicious of the call, but wanted to ensure nothing was wrong.