- Report: #1042281
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Complaint Review: American Benefits Association
American Benefits AssociationNew York City New York New York City, New York United States of America
American Benefits Association Called stating that they needed to verify my Mother's identity so that Social Security could send them additional benefits in the amount of $396.10. The asked for her name, address and checking accou New York City, New York
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When asked why wouldn't the social security dept send a letter of intent, the response was because there were so many senior citizens and they die everyday, it would be a waste of resources. I made it clear that I know this is a scam and should have hung up but, I was livid. Fortunately they didn't get the banking account number, I interrupted before it was given out.
These scammers use broken English and know just enough to take advantage of the susceptible, the elderly. I was given names Daniel Murphy and Jack Willis both Supervisors. I hung up but the idiot called back and asked if I had hung up, I said no and hung up again. I called the phone number Jack Willis gave me but it will not go through. When I checked my caller ID the only number that appeared was 221. I hope they get caught I hope they call us again so I can use the Police whistle in their ear!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/10/2013 04:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/American-Benefits-Association/New-York-City-New-York-/American-Benefits-Association-Called-stating-that-they-needed-to-verify-my-Mothers-ident-1042281. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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