Identity Protect & Privacy Protect
This is an instant search and can return names, aliases, AKA's and addresses that have been used with a Social Security Number. This can be a great way to prevent identity theft and fraud as it can help you pinpoint the names and addresses used with your Social Security Number. Monitoring the names and addresses that are associated with your Social Security Number can also help you identify or catch any type of fraud conducted with the number.
Monitor your Identity, Identity Theft Protection
Get daily monitoring of your identity. IDProtect monitors your credit report, address history, aliases, background information and more to help you determine if you are at risk for identity theft and alerts you of any changes in your public records, information in commercial databases and suspicious activity within your identity in real time, before you become a victim of identity theft.
This instant search returns the background information associated with your social security number.
This instant search returns your personal information that is available in public commercial databases.
How to change your name or address on social security number card?
If you need to change your name on your social security card or tied to your social security number then you need to complete Form SS-5 available from the social security administrations website. You will need proof of identity and proof of documentation showing your new name as well as the new name. Identification can be a Driver's license card, Employer ID card, Marriage license or divorce decree Military records, Adoption records, Passport or School ID card, Health insurance card. Please note that Medicare cards are not accepted. If you only need to change your address then you can do so by mail or you can do it over the phone by calling the SSA at 800-772-1213.
How to get a new Social Security Number?
Only in the event of identity fraud, stalking or with a court order, will the SSA generally issue a new social security number to an individual. Social security numbers can only be issued by the Social Security Administration.
How to apply for a new Social Security Number Card?
To apply for a new SSN card you will need to go in person to the local SSA office in your area with the following: Your birth certificate or proof of citizenship or immigrant status such as Greencard, Permanent resident card or work permit or student status or any other legal alien status.
What happens to my Social Security Number when I die?
According to the SSA, social security numbers are not reassigned or reused. When an individual dies their social security number is removed from the active files. The present 9 digit combinations of SSN's allow for up to a billion combinations.