Materials You Can Use to Help Spread the Word
The latest resource information is now available to help you communicate with the public, your members, and other organizations about Social Security's efforts preventing, investigating, and prosecuting fraud against the American taxpayer and the importance of reporting Social Security fraud. Use the information on this page to spread awareness about these vital support functions and the people who rely on them.
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Need materials to promote Social Security's Anti-Fraud messages? We have everything you will need to spread the word. We encourage you to print and post these materials.
We encourage you to print and distribute this fact sheet about combatting Social Security fraud.
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We've created this social media content that you can share on Facebook and Twitter to promote Social Security's anti-fraud efforts. To download these images, right click on the graphic, select "Save picture as" and save in the folder of your choosing.
Social Security has zero tolerance for fraud. While Social Security cannot prevent all fraud schemes any more than law enforcement can prevent all crime, Social Security aggressively investigates allegations of fraud and aggressively pursues prosecution of people who commit fraud.
If you suspect someone is committing fraud, you can remain anonymous while reporting your concern through the online form at http://oig.ssa.gov/report.Twitter [90 text characters, + 22 in URL, +23 in image]
Suspect someone is committing #SSA #fraud? Remain #anonymous & #report your concern online http://oig.ssa.gov/report
Social Security provides benefits to about one-fifth of the American population and serves as a vital protection for working men and women, children, people with disabilities, and the elderly. Social Security aggressively investigates allegations of fraud and aggressively pursues prosecution of people who commit fraud.
It’s easy to report fraud online by visiting http://oig.ssa.gov/report. You may also call the Social Security Fraud Hotline at 1-800-269-0271.
For more information on Social Security’s anti-fraud efforts, and to find a more comprehensive list of the tools and initiatives they use to combat fraud, visit www.socialsecurity.gov/antifraudfacts.Twitter [81 text characters, + 22 in URL, +23 in image]
Preventing & combatting #SocialSecurity #fraud is a #HighPriority. Learn more at www.socialsecurity.gov/antifraudfacts
False statements on a Social Security claim and concealed facts that affect a person’s eligibility for benefits are considered crimes and should be reported. To report such actions, use the online form at http://oig.ssa.gov/report. Reporting suspected fraud is easy, secure, and anonymous.Twitter [93 text characters, + 22 in URL, +23 in image]
False statements & concealed info on a #SocialSecurity claim are crimes & should be reported http://oig.ssa.gov/report
Our Anti-Fraud Campaign posters are available online only. Please feel free to print these posters and use them to help promote Social Security fraud prevention.
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Use this web graphic on your website and Facebook to link to our Anti-Fraud website. To download, right click on the graphic, select "Save picture as" and save in the folder of your choosing.