Did you get a letter this week informing you that your Social Security number and other personal information was stolen in last July’s hacking of a Thrift Savings Plan data center? If so, Federal Times would like to speak to you.
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Shelby Scott Says:
May 30th, 2012 at 9:58 pm
I think its ludicrous that they did not notify us that our info, including SSN’s from the TSP accounts, were hacked almost a year ago. The possible damage to the account holders could be sustantial.
Daniel C. Says:
May 31st, 2012 at 8:53 am
got the letter and the application for the ID theft issue, talked to savings program, wait for hot line and retirement plane over 40 min each time I tried. Very upset, why the time wait from when happened, when they found out, what triggered this, is my pension in jeopardy also ( someone could move the direct deposit etc), note I worked many years on social security also, but I was denied my soocial security due to Reagan’s new law and receive about $185 a month only on social security, I am very upset and am lossing faith in the govt. as I served in the military, worked over 30 years, did all the “right” things saving, planning, etc. Now this – what exactly should we do ? One year of ID theft? Is this the answer? Why was this system contracted to a 3rd party.?
May 31st, 2012 at 2:42 pm
why is Serco (a British company) using FBI as their security detection?
why did Serco wait a month after they were informed by the FBI?