What Is a Random Last 4 Digits of a SSN?

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A random last 4 digit of a SSN would be any four numbers in a row from 0 - 9. A Social Security Number has nine numbers and is normally written XXX-XX-XXXX.
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3782 could be the last digits in someones SSN
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I agree with your first answer, call your Father to alert him. They can use the last four digits to gain access to bank accounts, etc. and with the Date of Birth they can do just
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last 4 digits of your social secutrity number.
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On ours we have the company name and address. The date and amount. Employee name and address. Bank Routing number (not name of bank) Last four digets of account # and deposit amount
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