To use this tool, enter the first three digits of a set of social security numbers. Enter one triplet per line.
End each line by pressing the Enter key so these are recognized as individual entries.
Input must be in English and unformatted; i.e., plain text.
Since 1973, SSNs have been issued by the Social Security Administration central office. The first three (3) digits of a person's social security number are determined by the ZIP Code of the mailing address shown on the application for a social security number.
Prior to 1973, social security numbers were assigned by field offices. The number merely established that a person's card was issued by one of the offices in that State.
Try the following queries in Google, Bing, or a government public search engine and from the search results, locate possible records showing SSN leading triplets. Then use our tool to identify the corresponding states/territories.
"ssn:*[keyword]", where [keyword] is a term like divorce, bankruptcy, jail,... Notice the double-quotes and asterisc.
"ssn:*"+[university].edu, where [university] is a university domain name. Notice the double-quotes, plus sign, and asterisc.
Repeat previous exercises without the double quotes. Compare results.
What is wrong with the following requirement? "To login, please enter the last four digits of your social security number."