If someone tries to use any persons SSN, after their death has been recorded to the Social Security Administration (SSA), it will be found out rather quickly. This is why after death your SSN becomes *public* record.
I work for my counties Social Services agency, and believe me, folks don't want a deceased persons SSN, they want a SSN of a individual who is alive. Every month our Eligibility workers do a SSN checks on clients to see if there is any new earned income. Imagine one workers surprise when their homeless, disabled, female client started making $5000 a month in a different county doing construction! Turns out her SSN was being used illegally by a male down in Southern California. Every month I punch my SSN into the system, just to see if it's being used by someone else, I also check my yearly SSA statement, to make sure nothing is off.
Don't worry, those who try to use a deceased persons SSN will be caught rather quickly. Walt's number is safe.
Well if someone tries to use mine - I hope they put more money into the system than I have - so when I retire I can get a larger income.
[QUOTE=Motorboat Cruiser;965521]"Pickfair", the famous home of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, once considered more famous than the White House, was bought by Pia Zadora who leveled it. Same thing with the Sharon Tate house (Manson killings) on Ceilo Drive and OJ's home on Rockingham Lane. QUOTE]
Somehow the Tate and OJ demos seem like a good idea.
"As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963
That sure looks like it says Dec. 25th, 1966 on the date of death on that certificate. I know it's the 15th, but that really looks like a two.
That is a two
But if you look, it was written in.
The rest of it is typed.
Looked at the "2" 's that are typed. They don't look like the "2" on the date of death.
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Is it just me or is the reply part of Mice chat really slow to come up?
Quote by Al:
To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.