Do you suspect someone of committing fraud, waste, or abuse against Social Security? Reporting fraud to the SSA Office of the Inspector General is easy, safe, and secure.
Social Security Phone Scams
There is a widespread telephone scam happening right now across the country involving Social Security. Callers say they are from Social Security, and may say there is a problem with your Social Security number or threaten to arrest you unless you pay a fine or fee with cash, retail gift cards, pre-paid debit cards, or wire transfers. If you received a call like this and would like to report that information, please click the button below.
Social Security Program Fraud
To report suspected fraud, waste, and abuse related to Social Security programs and operations, including Social Security benefit fraud, Supplemental Security Income fraud, misuse of benefits by a representative payee, or other Social Security related fraud, please click the button below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whistleblower Rights and Protection
Disclosures by whistleblowers can save lives and taxpayer dollars. The OIG's Whistleblower Protection Coordinator Program page is designed to serve as an educational tool for SSA employees about whistleblower protections.