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British Worry Of Fraud With New Social Security System
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4/22/2013 | 6:04:05 PM
re: British Worry Of Fraud With New Social Security System
I have to agree with the report; they need to have above average security on these systems that are dealing with peoples personal information as well as financial information. It definitely seems like a legitimate concern if the fraud rate is already soaring, it makes no sense to move to a new system where the same threats are present. I donG«÷t know about the evidence but it sure sounds like it is a concern for various parties involved not only the government. To continue down the same path with the existing fraud amount so high would be just a foolish; this issue needs to be addressed properly.

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