Protecting your Social Security number

Learn how AT&T uses your Social Security number.

How AT&T uses your Social Security number

AT&T uses this information to confirm your identity during the credit inquiry. Please be assured that it is safe to provide us with this information as AT&T uses 128 bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption to keep your personal information safe. This means that the information you provide to us is "scrambled" so that it cannot be read by intruders. During your online transactions, the "s" in the "https" portion of our Web address stands for "secure" and is your assurance that your information is being protected.
Last updated: November 21, 2023