Indiana State Police and local sheriff departments warn residents about social security scam

The Indiana State Police and local sheriff departments are warning residents about a social security scam.

Hoosiers are receiving calls from scammers who claim to be with the Social Security Administration or IRS and say there is a warrant out for your arrest.

Never give out your personal or banking information over the phone.

No legitimate business or agency, including law enforcement and government agencies like the Social Security Administration and the IRS, will ask for your information over the phone or ask you to download any app to transfer money.

To report a scam and for more information, visit the Social Security Administration website at ssa.gov.

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