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'I don’t want it to just come up and bite me in the ass': Victim of Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos' ID theft speaks out

Twitchy covered the story of the deportation of Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos here

On Thursday Arizona Central had this story about Alex Andrade, the man whose ID was taken by Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos:


Quote from the story:

Andrade said he still doesn’t know what happened to any reported wages Garcia de Rayos earned using his number. Her family said she worked at the park for more than a decade. Andrade said employees at the Social Security office have given him advice, but he hasn’t been able to get solid answers.

“I’m still going to keep looking until I figure it out,” he said. “I don’t want it to just come up and bite me in the ass.”

Also was this interesting tidbit:

Patricia Raymond, a regional communications director for the Social Security Administration, said in an e-mail Friday that if the agency receives earnings for a name and number that doesn’t match its database, those funds are placed in what is called an Earnings Suspense File.

According to 2015 report from the Office of the Inspector General, that fund had $1.2 trillion in it. About two-thirds of the fund was amassed during the years 2003 and 2012, the report says.

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