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How To Contact Social Security

How To Contact Social Security

 

Find an Office On-Line: using the Social Security Local Office Search by Zip Code.

Contact By Phone: Social Security has a toll-free number that operates from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday: 1-800-772-1213. If you have a touch-tone phone, recorded information and services are available 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays. People who are deaf or hard of hearing may call our toll-free TTY number, 1-800-325-0778, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Please have your Social Security number handy when you call

Contact By Mail: If you have a problem, you should first contact your local office or call our 800 number. Please include your Social Security number or claim number whenever you write to us.If you still need additional help, you may write to the Office of Public Inquiries:

Social Security Administration

Office of Public Inquiries

Windsor Park Building

6401 Security Blvd.

Baltimore, MD 21235

For more information visit Social Security On-Line


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QUESTIONS

  • Who do I report to if I know of someone working while being paid for medical disability?
  • I went to the local SS office for help because I did not get my SSI check. The said it was a paperwork error and updated my information. Then I got an interview appointment sent to me and went to it plus had my sons wife with me for help with paperwork. I have severe PTSD and felt threatened by security when he stood behind me with his hand on the gun. I went outside and turns out my sons wife told lies, saying I own many autos and a house, I don't, I am denied an appeal, I need my money, I am homeless. How do I get help.
  • Can someone who is suing me in small claims court have my SSI/DES benefits garnished?
  • somebodys using my ss# what steps do i take to fix my credit
  • I just appealed Social Security's decision to deny my survivor's benefits,which were denied, again! I'm a disabled widow,and have had my disability since I was a teenager,since my records show I have a personality disorder,Agoraphobia,etc. But,they keep denying my husband's benefits on the grounds that I didn't become disabled within 7 years after he died! The Social Security laws have recently been changed to let divorced,disabled widows have the same laws,which were worded differently before my case was heard! Is there free help to help me fight them?
  • How I change my address?
  • What is considered poverty level? how do i know if i qualify for the program?
  • When i was five years of age my father passed away.And for this reason i was awarded cash benefits to be only recieved at age eighteen.My gaurdian would also recieve benefits to help with cost of raising me.Since my family had issues with cps at a young age i was given to my grandparents.As i grew older family problems arose and havent spoke or recieved any help since age seventeen.I would like to know how i can go about recieving whats owed to me.At this time these benefits are badly needed since I have been on my own and i just want whats mine.PLEASE HELP ME!
  • I have taken early soc sec retirement. When my wife retires in three years, will she receive her own sep soc sec income based on her working years?
  • i am becoming 60 in march i would like to know that since my wife and i we had a accident we were in our old motorhome i was going to start a revival and we breathed carbon-monoxide 14hrs it has did a number on us could i be able to draw social security now at 60

STORIES

  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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