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In terms of productivity - this day is *shot*.

But. My credit cards are canceled, and replacements are winging their way to me. They're even overnighting my Amex. And I'll go to the DMV my next day off (Thursday after next. *Sigh*) to get a paper license. Good thing I don't need to drive, eh? And maybe borrow a friend's sheitel. What do you need to do to replace a Social Security card?

I also got my atm card replaced.

And jonbaker will get the insurance cards replaced.

But. It was clearly stolen - they made several charges to the account. Damn. At least it's blocked now.

I do not keep pin numbers in my wallet. I was asked that several times. Who keeps pin numbers *anywhere* they can be found? Mine are in my head, thank you very much.

Current Mood: upset
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What do you need to do to replace a Social Security card?

Birth Certificate, Marriage License (because you changed your name), and photo ID.

As for the charges on your accounts, usually credit cards are protected against theft and you won't have to pay for the false charges. Make sure to ask about this.

How frustrating!

{{hugs}}

Replacing your Social Security card

From www.ssa.gov
"If you need to replace a lost Social Security card, change the name shown on your card, or request a replacement card, you will need to complete an application to receive a Social Security card.
How To Apply: You will need to complete Form SS-5 which is available for download. (active link on page)
Or you can call 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local Social Security office. (Active link to locate same.)"

If you end up going to the Brooklyn field office, you may be helped by someone I met on one of my business trips to Woodlawn. Nice woman, wish I could remember her name.


[hugs]

Who keeps pin numbers *anywhere* they can be found? Mine are in my head, thank you very much.

Yes, that sounds about right. I keep mine in my head and often can't find them for *hours*!

Anyway, I feel for you. I hate cancelling cards and -- even worse -- replacing ID. (You should fight those extra charges, though; it's not your responsibility to pay them.)

Best of luck!