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  1. The staff at the 2100 M Street NW office are just HORRIBLE, not to mention possibly CRIMINAL! The following situation, which is a LONG running train of NEGLIGENCE and DECEPTIVE culpability, began in October 2016 when I discovered I had my Social Security Disability Compensation check, which I still receive in the mail since I don’t trust electronic systems (and with GOOD reason as the account will show), not only STOLEN but CASHED through endorsement of FORGERY!

    I had not received it on the third of the month as a I usually do because my SSN ends in a “3” and so on the seventh of that month I went to this SSA office to report that fat and find out what was going on. I was apprised by the agent I spoke to named “M***y” (who since the end of last year has allegedly been “transferred out”) that I HAD received it and that it had been cashed on the sixth; just the day BEFORE I reported NOT getting it! I apprised HER that whoever had cashed it was NOT me because I had NOT received it, otherwise I wouldn’t have gone there reporting that I hadn’t! She gave me a cynical look and got up to go get the transcan printout of the cashed check. When she showed it to me I immediately noticed it was signed with my name but NOT in my style of signature. She agreed with that fact when she compared it to a signature I made as she requested. I then requested the scan copy from her. THAT’S when the SS “psyops games” started! At first she AGREED to give the copy, AFTER she first deleted by scratching out what she claimed was “sensitive” or “privileged” information on it that she stated I was not allowed to know. THEN, she claimed she COULD NOT give it to me according to SSA protocol! I told her it should have contained nothing that I wouldn’t have ordinarily seen on MY actual check and that I wanted it to take to my bank to inquire whether it had been cashed by that institution. She then proceeded to LIE to me stating that it was “NOT” cashed at any bank but at some “check-cashing” business here in DC! As I later found out when I went back to see her, she had also Misreported the incident in the customary electronic allegation submittal to SSA as “Identity Theft” INSTEAD OF the CORRECT case of “FRAUD”!

    It was also when I met with the SSA investigator from the Administration’s Inspector General Office that I found out she had FURTHER LIED to me that it was cashed at an outside agency when he had already found out and informed me that it WAS indeed cashed at MY bank!!Ironically when I went to my bank to find out what was going on, they GAVE me the VERY SAME transcanned copy of the endorsed check that Ms. M***y of the SSA had refused me! When I examined it I found that what she had deleted as “sensitive” information I was not privileged to know was the SSN of the culprit that he had assininely added to the signature of the endorsement!! I NEVER sign MY SSN to my checks anyway! After this I went back to the SSA office and requested Ms. McCoy to submit the CORRECT electronic report of an e8551 “FRAUD ENTRY”. She obliged this time and gave me a print out receipt of the submittal that she also stamped and signed. What THIS was (supposed) to do was generate an automatic notice of non-receipt of payment to the Treasury Department’s Fiscal Service Bureau so that not only it could issue another check to me for the month of October but also initiate its own investigation into the matter along with that of the SSA’s Inspector General’s Office. HOWEVER, as I subsequently found out, that NEVER happened! First I contacted the Treasury’s Office of the Inspector General about it and got an email response that it had NO notice of any missing or stolen check to me for ANY month!Secondly, the claims document packet that Ms. M***y stated I would be receiving in a few weeks NEVER arrived! When I went back at the end of the year to find out what was going on I was informed at she had (allegedly) been “transferred”, and I have never seen her since. HOWEVER, she WASN’T the ONLY SSA agent apparently ABETTING the culprit in what has grown to appear more and more like some sort of CONSPIRACY……………………………

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21 Responses to Click to Tell Us Your Experience At Your Local Social Security Office

  1. The staff at the 2100 M Street NW office are just HORRIBLE, not to mention possibly CRIMINAL! The following situation, which is a LONG running train of NEGLIGENCE and DECEPTIVE culpability, began in October 2016 when I discovered I had my Social Security Disability Compensation check, which I still receive in the mail since I don’t trust electronic systems (and with GOOD reason as the account will show), not only STOLEN but CASHED through endorsement of FORGERY!

    I had not received it on the third of the month as a I usually do because my SSN ends in a “3” and so on the seventh of that month I went to this SSA office to report that fat and find out what was going on. I was apprised by the agent I spoke to named “M***y” (who since the end of last year has allegedly been “transferred out”) that I HAD received it and that it had been cashed on the sixth; just the day BEFORE I reported NOT getting it! I apprised HER that whoever had cashed it was NOT me because I had NOT received it, otherwise I wouldn’t have gone there reporting that I hadn’t! She gave me a cynical look and got up to go get the transcan printout of the cashed check. When she showed it to me I immediately noticed it was signed with my name but NOT in my style of signature. She agreed with that fact when she compared it to a signature I made as she requested. I then requested the scan copy from her. THAT’S when the SS “psyops games” started! At first she AGREED to give the copy, AFTER she first deleted by scratching out what she claimed was “sensitive” or “privileged” information on it that she stated I was not allowed to know. THEN, she claimed she COULD NOT give it to me according to SSA protocol! I told her it should have contained nothing that I wouldn’t have ordinarily seen on MY actual check and that I wanted it to take to my bank to inquire whether it had been cashed by that institution. She then proceeded to LIE to me stating that it was “NOT” cashed at any bank but at some “check-cashing” business here in DC! As I later found out when I went back to see her, she had also Misreported the incident in the customary electronic allegation submittal to SSA as “Identity Theft” INSTEAD OF the CORRECT case of “FRAUD”!

    It was also when I met with the SSA investigator from the Administration’s Inspector General Office that I found out she had FURTHER LIED to me that it was cashed at an outside agency when he had already found out and informed me that it WAS indeed cashed at MY bank!!Ironically when I went to my bank to find out what was going on, they GAVE me the VERY SAME transcanned copy of the endorsed check that Ms. M***y of the SSA had refused me! When I examined it I found that what she had deleted as “sensitive” information I was not privileged to know was the SSN of the culprit that he had assininely added to the signature of the endorsement!! I NEVER sign MY SSN to my checks anyway! After this I went back to the SSA office and requested Ms. McCoy to submit the CORRECT electronic report of an e8551 “FRAUD ENTRY”. She obliged this time and gave me a print out receipt of the submittal that she also stamped and signed. What THIS was (supposed) to do was generate an automatic notice of non-receipt of payment to the Treasury Department’s Fiscal Service Bureau so that not only it could issue another check to me for the month of October but also initiate its own investigation into the matter along with that of the SSA’s Inspector General’s Office. HOWEVER, as I subsequently found out, that NEVER happened! First I contacted the Treasury’s Office of the Inspector General about it and got an email response that it had NO notice of any missing or stolen check to me for ANY month!Secondly, the claims document packet that Ms. M***y stated I would be receiving in a few weeks NEVER arrived! When I went back at the end of the year to find out what was going on I was informed at she had (allegedly) been “transferred”, and I have never seen her since. HOWEVER, she WASN’T the ONLY SSA agent apparently ABETTING the culprit in what has grown to appear more and more like some sort of CONSPIRACY……………………………

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