Suspended, canceled, revoked—it’s likely you’ll get a call saying these things about your Social Security number.
SAN ANTONIO — Problems with your Social Security number; it's a real possibility because of the large amount of identity theft.
The calls keep coming for some seniors.
“I get these calls at least once a day, maybe sometimes twice, saying that there’s a problem with my Social Security number and it’s going to be suspended,” said David Vance, of San Antonio. “They say, 'Well, talk to one of the officers,' you know, 'Push one.' I’ll hang up on them or sometimes I’ll push one and ask him what’s going on. They ask me for my name, maybe even the last four of my social, and when I refuse they hang up on me.”
Blocking those numbers doesn't always stop the calls.
“If I get them on my cell phone, I’ll block the number, but they always find another way,” Vance said.
“The Social Security Administration, first off, they …