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Spread the word. Verizon Wireless keeps you entire Social Security Number on file after the credit check.

If you oppose that, they charge you a $400 deposit that you get back when you close the account or they make you buy a prepaid account which amounts to an extra $25/month with one plan. They penalize you for trying to protect your identity. They will not do the credit check and then purge their files of your number. This is from the office of the President of Verizon.

There are no exceptions or special rules. This was a complaint to the alleged top.

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You know these are the complaints I can't stand. People who simply run their mouth without any prior research into the subject.

If you had done some research you would have easily come across the fact that they by law have to have your social on file. Also if you were to call them and ask nicely which I'm sure you don't do they would advise you that for YOUR security people outside the credit verification dept can only see the last 4 of your social which contrary to popular belief CAN'T be used to steal your identity. Next time you deal with an individual try to think about the fact that for them its not just you buying a phone. It is a legal transaction for them that has contracts and laws that they must adhere to.

If you don't like the law you have to pay for it. Simple.

Anonymous
#369865

You know these are the complaints I can't stand. People who simply run their mouth without any prior research into the subject.

If you had done some research you would have easily come across the fact that they by law have to have your social on file. Also if you were to call them and ask nicely which I'm sure you don't do they would advise you that for YOUR security people outside the credit verification dept can only see the last 4 of your social which contrary to popular belief CAN'T be used to steal your identity. Next time you deal with an individual try to think about the fact that for them its not just you buying a phone. It is a legal transaction for them that has contracts and laws that they must adhere to.

If you don't like the law you have to pay for it. Simple.

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