2002 Old St Augustine
Tallahassee, FL - 32301
Poor communication, run-around, lazy staff, need I say more?
I made arrangements in oct 2019 to have $64 dollars taken from my check til paid off. You took my January check and i find out your taking February's also. I am 67 yrs old and have been out of work fir a yr because of medical problem. I have NO savings left and live on my SS check. This is NOT fair at all. I have rent to pay bills to pay and food of which i have very little. I earned this money. I have worked since 14 yrs old ans still working as soon as dr release me. How can you do this to us seniors esp4since arrangement were already made. It is a recorded line so i know you can find conversation. Please i need my check please. Have NEVER been homeless but i am scared to death i could be. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE fix this so i can get a check on. 02/18/2020. Please
I went to my local office in wpb florida and was screamed at by personnel and one supervisor who refused to answer my questions.. i want to speak to the state office about what happened..
Dear Sir/mam, Recently, I came to Tallahassee for post-doctorate in Florida state university. I want to apply for SSN number, please suggest me how to book an appointment. Thanks and Regards,
Daughter, age 3, diagnosed Autistic Level 2. Advised eligible for disability. Have medical dx report. Tried to apply online but would not go through because under 18. Please advise on how to proceed. Hope to do online so I don=t have to miss work.
Can you provide me woth another copy of my SSA 1099 for 2018, please? I need this in orderto complate my Form 1040 for last yest,
Hello, may I please make an appointment to meet with someone and submit medicare retirement forms? I will be retiring from FSU on June 28, 2019. Thank you so much!
I just love when an agent hangs up on me mid-conversation!
I am an exchange student, and I did not get SSN number yet. However, I wonder I should have SSN number to make Florida ID card.
I retired in August 2018. Several months prior I had applied for SS benefits. However, on October 2, 2018 I went back to work earning more than is allowed under the SS program. I have filled out form 521 and made repeated phone calls to the SS office here in Tallahassee, but i keep receiving monthly checks. Please stop the checks!!! I will gladly pay back what has been dispersed to me if you would only stop sending more checks - PLEASE!!!
My purse was stolen and my child's social security card was in it. What do I need to bring in to apply for a new card?
The "helpful" questions are the dumbest things I have ever seen. None of them are actual issues and the wait time is ridiculous while on the phone. There are thousands of people in Tallahassee alone, get some frigging help in that place or put down your damn donuts and pick up the phone
I, along with a capacity crowd, waited for over 2 hours to speak with a representative. My mother recently passed away and she was the payee representative for my disabled brother. I was attempting to be established as a payee representative as I am his only living relative. The rep that I spoke with never gave her name. It took about 45 minutes to process my request which I had already filled out before coming to the office. She then told me that I needed to set myself up as the payee rep for my brother at the bank where he was getting his automatic deposits. She didn't bother to tell me that I needed to wait until I had the appropriate form indicating that I was accepted by the administration as a payee rep. So I went to the bank and of course they couldn't help because, guess what, I didn't have the appropriate form. Nor did she say if I would be receiving it in the mail. Because of my mother's passing, SSI did not send his deposit and I am without any means to continue his care until I get it. Some of us really don't know what to do and need things CLEARLY explained. It's very difficult sitting in that office for hours waiting for your number to be called only to be "helped" by someone who said she "needed a break." Unfortunately, I will have to return to your office, wait again for a ridiculous amount of time, and hope that the next person I deal with is more competent.
When u go inside the office u have to wait a while but the security guard is very helpful and ive spoke to people there and never had an issue but ive called and have been talk loud and cut off and hung up on by the same black male he didn't even ask for my information to see about what i wanted and hung up on me AGAIN.I was shocked i really couldnt believe what had just happen.VERY UNPROFESSIONAL.
Monday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The SSA office is located in the old St. Augustine office park complex at old St. Augustine and Blairstone rd., Bldg B is just behind the YMCA. The front door of the bldg faces Apalachee Pkwy.
Public parking at the front of the bldg., including handicapped spaces.
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