Ask Social Security Questions and Get Answers ASAP
When someone enrolls in Medicare and they are not collecting Social Security benefits, they are billed for the Medicare premiums. What type of benefits were you applying for? Retirement, disability, etc.? Was any reason given for the denial? I have attached copies of the forms they mentioned. It seems unusual that they sent you a fax. Have you sent Social Security faxes before?
It might be helpful if you could upload copies of your correspondence received from the SSA.
Please answer the above questions so I can get a better idea of what is going on.
I think its strange that you received a fax from Social Security instead of a letter in the mail. This would make me think this is a scam trying to get you to reveal personal information and not really from Social Security. However, the fax refers to actual Social Security forms and Social Security does have a Mid-America Service Center in Kansas City, MO. You could try calling Social Security at(###) ###-####or you can set up an online account with Social Security by going to https://secure.ssa.gov/RIL/SiView.do to find more information about your account. One of the online services available is you can get a benefit verification letter automatically to confirm your benefits. It might also have information about why they might stop paying benefit. Since you will likely be on hold for a long time when call them on the phone, I would first try setting up an online account to verify there is a problem and what can be done about it. You can find other ways to contact the SSA by visiting http://www.socialsecurity.gov/agency/contact/ and you can locate the nearest Social Security office. But I think your best first step is to check online and get the current status of your account.
I hope this information help and good luck with this. Let me know if I can answer anything else. Jonathan