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Can an ssn yield financial data such as whether someone is the recipient of disability ssa ssi ssd ssr / social security   or supplemental security income benefits?
And or hospitalizations and/or psychiatric inpatient or outpatient counseling, treatment or being prescribed   psychotropic drugs?
how can this info be obtained?

Your question is very confusing but I will try my best to answer it.  I can definitively tell you that with all of the new privacy legislation in place, you will not be able to see someone's medical information without their permission.  This aspect also relates to social security.  No one can access this information regardless of whether they have a social security number or not.

Hope this answers your question,

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Sean Carroll


I can answer just about any question which relates to police work, personal security, home & business security, or general law.


I am a 9 year veteran of a major metropolitan police department as a Major Crimes Detective. I have prior experience in the private security sector as well. I also previously owned a security solutions business where we specialized in digital security and surveillance systems including residential and commercial alarms.

I have both a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in Criminal Justice.

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