Consent based social security number verification (CBSV) authenticates socials security numbers against the Social Security Administration's master file. This includes three elements that ensure a perfect match - the social security number, name and date of birth. This verification requires written consent of the SSN holder, and the results can only be used for the reasons explained to the holder.
Social security number verification can be quickly and easily submitted and consent can be obtained at the point of application. This process results in a yes or no verification code, indicating that the submission either matches or does not match the SSA's records. If the SSN submitted belongs to a deceased person, a death indicator will also be reported. This is a quick and easy way to protect yourself from application fraud and to make sure that the information submitted is correct.
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