Caylee's SS#

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by RevCrim, Nov 29, 2008.

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  1. RevCrim

    RevCrim New Member

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    I noticed Caylee's SS# started with 770-

    Out of curiosity I looked it up- Up to 2001 the 700 series was not assigned.
    Later parts were assigned to Ohio- including 770

    The only other 770 I can find- was student ID's at California State University.

    If Caylee was born in Florida, why would she have an Ohio SS#- or is the number valid at all? Rather odd!
     
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  3. Janis396

    Janis396 It's getting dark, too dark to see....

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    Hmmm, that is odd. Do you know what it should start with if she were born in Orlando?
     
  4. MOMto5

    MOMto5 "Nana" to one

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    Hmmmm....that is interesting. I found this article written March 5, 2007.

    "In the present times, invalid social security numbers include numbers with set of zeroes ( as in 000-xx-xxxx, xxx-00-xxxx, xxx-xx-0000), numbers starting with 666, numbers from 987-65-4320 through 987-65-4329 - which are marked for advertising, and numbers with the starting three digits above 770, which are not yet allocated. "

    So does that also include number 770 itself?

    http://www.thetaoofmakingmoney.com/2007/03/05/270.html
     
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    Marple New Member

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    The first three digits are not always indicative of where a person was born. Those digits are determined by the zip code of the mailing address on the application. I wonder if at some point, members of the A family were in OH after Caylee's birth.
     
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    JBean Retired WS Administrator

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    Revcrim, I am going to go ahead and lock this since it seems to be a dead end. Interesting thought though. :)
     
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