SSS Number Coding Scheme: A Quick and Easy Guide

The Social Security System (SSS) implemented a number coding scheme to help manage the number of people who visit their branches. This scheme assigns a specific day of the week for members to transact with SSS based on the last digit of their SSS number.

Example: SS number is 48-2834427-6, and the 10th digit is “6” which means that the day of the appointment is every Wednesday.

SSS Number Coding Scheme

Just in case the walk-ins are not allowed for your SSS branch, you will have to schedule an appointment through their website. Here’s how: How to Schedule SSS Appointment.

For any concerns or inquiries regarding your Social Security System (SSS) matters, you can easily reach out for assistance. You can send an email to [email protected] or you can check our guide for alternative ways to contact SSS.

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