Is it save to submit to a recruiter month and day of my birth and/or last 4-5 digits of SSN?
It sounds like a scam for me.
3 attorney answers
Depends on what the recruiter is recruiting for and whether he or she is a bonafide recruiter if the question s about military recruiters.
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Sounds like a possible scam to me as well - use your best judgment when proceeding with this.
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I see no problem providing date of birth but not social security,
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