The Social Security Administration (SSA) is assembling a group of fraud detection experts who will form a database intended to detect scams.

SSA Acting Commissioner, Carolyn Colvin said the SSA is forming a fraud detection base in New York City. The group will examine previous social security scams, the results will be used to guard against future schemes. The database, as it develops, will be used to study trends. The SSA will then utilize the system nationwide to help give accurate decisions and award social security benefits to applicants.

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