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My brother in law wasn't getting his social security several years ago, he had been marked deceased. You need to call you local social security office.
Posted on May 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If there is a local branch I reccomend that you go in and speak to someone at the bank itself. If this continues to happen you can also look to close the account and move to a different bank. I would also call social security and inform them of the problem if you are unable to resolve it at the bank an seek reimbursement for back missing funds. Give them the new infomation from the new bank's account and they will let the old bank refund the money to them, however you will need to try and get the old account closed and likely you will be able to recover the funds at that time and without having SS do anything but change to a new bank and new account. This all applies only if you get direct deposit.
Posted on May 13, 2014
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