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Old 05-14-2006, 08:54 AM   #1
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My experience with Fake Social Security Cards

The other day, I was at work and these two guys come in and are looking for a yob.
The are Messican fellows and I say certainly, here are some applications.
One speaks English and tells the other to sit down and fill it out.
I ask them for their ID's and they hand me drivers license and social security cards.
I go over to the copy machine and make my copies. When I do this, I started looking at the numbers just for grins and WHOA! they matched!
I asked an employee of ours and about it and he told me, guys will go to a flea market and buy these cards for $100. ! You would at least think for $100. somebody would be smart enough to make cards with different numbers.
I ask them where they got them from, "Courthouse"
I grinned and told them I felt they were fake and I wouldnt hire them.

I'm gonna tap this market, so ifn' you guys know any illegal immigrants that are needing cards.
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The cards had the same numbers??LOL These poor suckas think by cheating the system they can reap the benefits that our forefathers paid for in blood!!!Blasphemy!!! Good looking out Scoot.
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