When my son was born, MIL wanted his social security number to open up a savings account for him. I was uncomfortable with giving it out at the time and our relationship was rocky. My inlaws arent very trusting people-and are very secretive. I ended up giving it to her and asked that she shred it right after the bank had it because I wasnt comfortable giving it out.
Fast forward-his social security card has been misplaced in my home. My husband needed the # for insurance papers-and as anlast resort I asked MIL if she could contact the bank and get it for us. Her reply? 'Oh i wrote it down and have it in the safe at home-just incase anything ever happened.' I was polite an thanked her but it made me very uncomfortable knowing she still has it.
Im pretty sure Im going to tell her Im getting him a new SSN since it may have been in my wallet when it was lost- and I dont plan on giving it to her again.
<blockquote><b>Quoting min.:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:</b>" You can't get a new number. And, what's she gonna do with it, steal his identity? "</blockquote> They did it to my husband.."</blockquote>
Lol... I soooo want to change my social now... Im sick of being me... I have alot of bills...
I could careless my exs mom has deans info, get a identity protection plan, not too expensive, and worth it, i found out my exs mom tried claiming dean for income tax, ahhhhh that was an interesting one... I really wanted to be audited