Q: I am being harassed by social security employees and have been since my first visit to a social security office in 1998.
They were brazen and very provocative criminals back then and have been more than an aggravate for a quarter of a century. I had seen S.M. from the Office of Appeals in 1997 to pull the
If you feel that you have been harassed by Social Security employees, it is important to take action to address the situation. You may want to consider speaking with a supervisor or manager at the Social Security office where you have been experiencing the harassment, or filing a complaint with the Social Security Administration's Office of the Inspector General.
It is important to document any incidents of harassment, including the date, time, and details of what occurred. This can help support your case if you decide to file a complaint or take legal action.
If the harassment has had a significant impact on your mental health or well-being, you may also want to consider seeking support from a mental health professional or counselor.
It is important to take harassment seriously and take steps to protect yourself. If you are unsure of how to proceed or feel intimidated by the situation, you may want to consider seeking the advice of an attorney who specializes in employment law or civil rights.
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