BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — Naked, I follow your blog. I have to comment re: the USA social security fraud in Barbados. And note the blogger was speaking of America specifically.
What the previous blogger said is true, but it does not continue for any appreciable length of time. They will get caught or stopped by the fail-safe the American Social Security system has in place. But it only has to happen once/one month of receiving that check for it to be considered FRAUD. Fraud is fraud, the length of time is not a determinant (not for purposes of this matter).
Barbadians, please don’t be fooled. Bajans do try to circumvent systems and steal the American social security direct deposits of the dead family member in Barbados, but as I said before, it is short-lived. It cannot go on for years (although in some cases it has) as the previous blogger suggested, but it does happen. To call the previous blogger a liar would be saying that the US social security recipient has to provide ‘proof’ EVERY SINGLE MONTH in order to get those deposits, and that is not the case.
Bajans stealing from dead people is nothing new. Just thought I would provide a broader explanation. Thanks.
Keep up the good work Naked. Anonymous