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Old Today, 02:54 AM
 
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SSA has released an article that mentions invalid social security number. Anyone applying for this unique number must be aware of this thing to avoid unwanted hassle. Basically social security number that have:
  • AREA, GROUP, or SERIAL are composed of all zeroes (e.g, 000-45-6789, 123-00-6789, 123-45-0000)
  • AREA number 666 (never have and never will be issued)
  • AREA numbers 700 to 728 (Railroad workers through July 1, 1963, then discontinued)
  • AREA numbers 900-999 (not valid SSNs, but were used for program purposes when state aid to the aged, blind and disabled was converted to a federal program administered by SSA)
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