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Press Kit for National Slam the Scam Day


Date Time Description
March 10 1 PM ET @USAGovEspanol will host the Spanish-language Twitter chat using the unifying #OjoConLasEstafas
March 10 3 PM ET @USAGov will host the English-language Twitter chat using the hashtag #SlamTheScamChat
March 10 7 PM ET SSA will host a Facebook Live event with the Federal Trade Commission

Scam Infographic
Scam Infographic (Spanish version)
Slam the Scam Card
Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book 2021 (FTC)
Graphic on Volume of Scam Complaints Received by SSA OIG

Flyer on Slam the Scam Awareness (SSA)
If You Receive a Suspicious Call Postcard
Slam the Scam Graphic

Radio Public Service Announcement (SSA)
TV Public Service Announcement (SSA)

Hang Up On Social Security Scam Calls (FTC)
Report Gift Cards Used in a Scam (FTC)
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