"Ok. Everyone. This is a Federal Building. Expect to be searched and your pockets emptied into a bin , just like You Would be at a Courthouse, \nor an Airport. Unfortunately, we have these procedures due to 9 - 11\nand the New York City Bombings. The Wait time Can Be LONG. Don't Make Other plans for the day u go. Don't Leave before you get help and think you can return. Later that day. Not a Good Idea"
teresa harrison - March, 2020
"This experience was bothersome to say the least. Upon entering the building we were met by uniform police looking for bombs and weapons. I had to take my beverage out as it's not allowed. This tells me that we are moving closer a be closer to becoming a police state aka: a Marshall state or Martial Law. Why would a person do anything to the social security office! If you know the signs you know why this is upsetting.those who have eyes let them see. Those with ears let them hear."
Jesse Tow - June, 2019
"Contrary to the stereotype of dealing with government agencies, I have always been impressed with the people I have dealt with at the Tulsa Social Security office. For my Mom, my Dad, and myself, they have always been friendly, professional, and helpful. It just takes a while to get through the queue sometimes."
Bruce Bradley - January, 2020
"A womanâ€™s phone started ringing and the security guard got in her face and was extremely disrespectful and rude to her. Definitely not something I wanted my child to see. Disappointed."
Grace Stith - December, 2019
"Very nice and helpful security guards. I wish they had an x-ray instead of manual searching to speed things up (like the down town DHS office has). That's really my only complaint."
Daniel Winfrey - June, 2017