Issue of March 4, 2018
Mt. Province

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SSS warns public vs fraudulent offers
by Jane B. Cadalig

The Social Security System has warned the public to be cautious against groups or individuals offering SSS services and collecting payments for such.

In an advisory, the SSS warned its members and the public against an online fraud offering to process applications for Unified Multipurpose Identification Card or UMID and SSS number, and offering to secure a copy of SSS Form E-1 or Personal Data Records for them for a fee.

The state pension agency said it does not engage the services of a third party in transacting with its members and the public. It added that SSS does not charge any payment for transactions made with the agency.

To make sure that transactions are legitimately processed, members and the public are advised to transact only with SSS official channels, such as SSS branches and service offices in selected malls.

The public may contact the SSS call center numbers 920-6446 to 55 and toll free number 1-800-10-2255-777 or inquire from the Member Communications and Assistance Department through or from the Member Electronic Services Department through

Overseas Filipino Workers may contact the SSS OFW Contact Services Unit through

Members may also visit

Those who receive information through their mobile phones should only entertain SSS messages sent from 2600 and “SSS.”

Those who want to report fraud cases regarding SSS transactions are advised to coordinate with the nearest SSS branch.

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