Why do you require my SSN/SIN number?

Why do you require my SSN/SIN number?

We would like to strongly emphasize that we will never ask for your Social Security Number/Social Insurance Number. When an agent asks you for this number, please provide them with your access code instead. Never give out your SSN/SIN number to our agents, even if they insist on it.

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