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Protect Yourself from Social Security Scams

Scammers are pretending to be government employees. Scammers will try to scare you and trick you into giving them your personal information and money. They may threaten you or your family and may demand immediate payment to avoid arrest or other legal action.

DON’T BE FOOLED!
IF YOU RECEIVE A SUSPICIOUS CALL:

1. Hang up!

2. DO NOT give them money or personal
information!

3. Report the scam at OIG.SSA.GOV!

Report Lost or Stolen Card or Ask Questions

Within the U.S.  1-833-221-8637
Outside the U.S.  1-614-564-5105

Initiate a Dispute for Fraud or Non-Fraud Transactions

1-833-221-8638

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Protect your Confidential Information. First Federal Savings will never ask for your account number, social security number, name, address or password in an email or text message. We will only ask you to provide this information to verify your identity when you call us directly. Please read our "Tips to keep you safe" by clicking the News & Updates link below.News & Updates