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The life income report states that you can receive money fro a legitimate private fund thanks to a little known social security contract. True or False./.

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SOURCE: Get as Much as $17,200 Thanks to a Little-Known Social Security Contract! is this a true benefit or a scam?

probably a scam
to find out contact your social security manager and confirm --yes or no
use the phone number listed in the phone book , not the one in the communication

Posted on Feb 14, 2017

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