I'm Doug, and I'm sorry to hear of the confusion. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Yes, there is a way for you to undo what has been done but you must act quickly. As you have already filed for your benefits, you cannot file and suspend. Anyway, you cannot file and suspend unless you are at least 66 years old.
And, while you cannot simply suspend your benefit to get the increase obtained by waiting to full retirement age, because you have been receiving your benefits for less than one year, you can terminate your benefits, pay back all of the benefits that they have paid to you up until now, and then your benefits will continue to increase as if you had never applied in the first place. This will allow you to collect your full retirement benefit at age 66, or as much as 32% more than that if you choose to wait until age 70 to start back up your benefits.
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I wish you and yours the best in 2015,