Social Security E-mail? Calculation Errors?

This is another lame attempt to get your Social Security and personal information. I am getting these e-mails way too often. The problem is that older population may buy into this type of e-mail because they may not realize it is a fake. If you have grand parents out there, be sure you take some time to call them and let them know this is FAKE and not respond to it.

The link in this e-mail will take you to:

http://statements.ssa.gov.reedasv.be/

Obviously the link takes to to somewhere other thanĀ  www.ssa.gov

You can always contact the Social Security Administration to let them know about this type of fake e-mail:

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