How to find out if someone is drawing SSDI benefits?

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none of your buisness. privacy protection guranteed by law.

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how can I find out if someone is receiving SSI? 

 

hmmm, how about by asking them???  if you have to find out in a more subversive manner then you probably aren't intended to know.  better yet, call social security and see what they have to say.  scumbag.  

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