I volunteer with a student led organization for a 2016 campaign. We are a very large organization. Recently our national and vice chairmen asked all volunteers for our SSN, claiming these were for Non-Discloser forms, and that the campaign needed them for background checks, so we could official merge with them. (We are not directly affiliated with the campaign itself- Separate organization.) Excited to join with the actual campaign, the majority of us gave them the numbers. A few months pass by, and we are still not official with the campaign- and come to find out, the campaign NEVER asked for our SSN #'s. The Chair/vice Chair claim the SSN #'s have been deleted. What legal action can we, as an organization take for this fraudulent claim, to get our SSN #'s?
What are your damages? This is something you must ascertain before proceeding.
Are you certain that they weren't going to use your SSN and then opted not to?
There is a lot of missing information that must be added in order to properly answer your question.
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