Problems With Direct Express Debit Cards For Social Security Recipients Are WidespreadAn 80-year-old Chicago woman is still fighting to access her Social Security money days after CBS 2 first got involved.
Problem With Direct Express Debit Card Leaves Woman Cut Off From Social Security MoneyA debit card nightmare has left an 80-year-old Chicago woman with no way to access her Social Security money.
Computer Glitch Leaves Drivers Stranded As They Can't Get LicensesThe six hour outage affected all of the open Illinois Secretary of State's office locations across the state. A spokesperson said it had to do with the Social Security Administration's system but was not in any way related to the partial government shut down.
Social Security Took Thousands Of Dollars Woman's Bank Account After She Died, But Months Later Still No Refund For The FamilyLess than ten days after his 89-year-old mother died in August, someone from the social security office electronically swooped in and withdrew five payments from her bank account.
Ex-Commander Enters Plea In Social Security Fraud CaseFederal prosecutors allege Kenneth Johnson bilked the Social Security Administration out of $363,064 from about June 1994 to November 2017.
New Study: Social Security Reserves Could Run Out By 2034New warnings have surfaced regarding the future of social security, as some 10,000 baby boomers become eligible for those benefits every day.
Social Security Administration Mistake Leaves Woman On Brink Of Financial RuinA government mistake almost ruined a woman financially. 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports that when she needed it the most, Social Security failed to live up to its promises.
Former Social Security Employee Gets 21 Months For Check FraudGeorgia Thompson, 68, of Chicago, received $419,644 in fraudulent Social Security benefits from the checks between 1986 and 2014, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney’s office.
2 Investigators: Woman Mistakenly Declared Dead Instead Of DaughterEvery month, as many as 800 people are incorrectly listed as deceased by the Social Security Administration. It's a problem the 2-Investigators first highlighted earlier this year and now Pam Zekman finds other victims of this bureaucratic mistake, who were devastated by the aftermath of the gaffe.