"Read the reviews thinking it was gonna be typical for a social security office. Got there and realized that the Boomers struck again. They like to spend their free time complaining on the internet I see. This was easily the quickest and least stressful time I've spent at a social security office. All of the comments saying X person and Y person were rude are completely false they are simply doing their job. \n\nLike any government agency facility if you simply bring your correct paperwork, listen to the instructions the officials give you when you get there, and read the signs (god forbid anyone thinks for themselves and actually reads signs) you should have as easy of a time as your situation allows for."
Lathier Brown, Jr. - December, 2019
"Security guard is rude. He called me it in front of everyone for using my phone (very quietly) when there were no actual signs that said no using phone allowed (only signs for camera and video). Embarrassed me based on his inaccuracy."
Kiara Walker - February, 2020
"After reading the previous reviews I was little worried about rude people out there.. But I did not find anyone rude there.. I found the people doing their job by being strict and regulating the crowd inside the office and did not have any other difficulties.. .. and they do call applicants in an somewhat 'first come first serve basis' but in a different order because each window/staff assist with different type of service.. the only issue was the wait time .. I waited for almost 3 hours with my child but I was already prepared for that and made up my mind so did not find it very exhausting .. we just managed it by playing some silent games and going out for a quick few snack breaks :)"
Maharasi Selvaraj - July, 2019
"Security guard is on a serious power trip, making up rules and calling people out and yelling at people for no reason. He needs to be disciplined."
Raymond Swift - February, 2020
"The security guard is quite bossy, doesn't know how to talk in a nice way. The person I had was very rude right from the get go. His last name was Trevino."
Gene Oestmann - November, 2019