"My husband and I came into the office to get multiple time-consuming things done (as we aren't often in this area) and we had such a knowledgeable and kind woman help us with everything we needed. The security officer when we first got there was kind and capable and then Mrs. Sonja B was super patient and helpful with all of our needs. We got like ten things done in such a timely manner! Definitely the best SS Office experience that I've had."
Bridget Goerss - January, 2019
"I needed to apply for a new card after getting my name changed back to my maiden name. After mailing in (certified mail) all of the appropriate paperwork and waiting for a month, they finally responded to say it was being processed. Then, two weeks later when I got the new card, they had misspelled my middle name, which had been spelled correctly on three different documents that I provided. When I called to get it corrected, they said that I needed to wait two weeks and then reapply by mailing everything in again...even though it was their error. When I spoke to the supervisor about this, all she could tell me was that it was their policy and she couldn't help me. If I wanted to file a formal complaint I needed to talk to my congressman or senator. All I can say is WOW. Better go in person to make sure they get it right, because apparently they don't have very good attention to detail, even though that's basically one of the most important aspects of their job."
Rachael Brown - September, 2018
"I met with a worker at the Littleton office a few months ago, and spoke with another employee yesterday. On each occasion, they were professional, helpful, and courteous. When one thinks of a government bureaucrat, these adjectives do not come to mind, but the folks in Littleton do an outstanding job."
David Benckendorf - April, 2019
"First Jason and Travis harass my mentally disabled son in dire need after being released from a facility and homeless for months about applying for SSI and then when it is approved they take all of it when he was on a payment plan. These people are malicious frauds. Its no wonder veterans most likely die by suicide after coming home to civilians like these, over 20 a day, not to mention over 100 a day for all Americans. They told him to apply for food stamps and the state rules say he can only get $15 because he has no living expenses while hes homeless and hasnt even received his full disabilty check of less than 900. Now he will never be able to rent a room and section 8 is still on applications from 2009 for his housing, social security? what a joke."
Vicki MacLean - July, 2018
Sandy libby - April, 2019