The U.S. Social Security Administration contracted with Experian to add fraud prevention services for secure authentication to access the new online Social Security Statement.
The new online Social Security Statement provides Social Security earnings and benefit information, as well as estimates to help people plan for retirement. It also gives estimates for disability and survivors benefits. With the online statement, users can see whether their earnings are accurately posted to their Social Security records.
Experian will provide its Precise ID fraud detection and prevention product. Users age 18 and older will need to provide personal information that matches what’s on file with the SSA. Precise ID will then use that information to securely authenticate users and verify their identities at log in.