what are these things "SS# / Corp ID# / ABN "?plz tell me the meaning of these things.thanku?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Corp ID # would mean corporate identification number.

    SS# is probably a social security number (here we call that a social insurance number)

    ABN# is probably something to do with a banking number.

    Be very careful who and why you give out this type of information to. These are the types of things that people use in identity theft.

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  • 1 decade ago

    SS# is Social Security Number

    Corp ID# sounds like Corporation Number. For example, in Florida, corporations have an FEI number. Maybe other states call it a Corp ID#.

    ABN could be a number of things. One is http://www.abnamro.com/com/homepage.jsp

    a banking and mortgage company. Another possibility is something regarding the Nigerian Email Scam. Or it could be the Alabama Board of Nursing or the Australian Business Number. I would need more information to tell you for sure.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    SS# is probably Social Security number, assigned by the US government to anyone who is employed in the US or who needs such a number for tax reasons. Corp ID number is similar, except that it applies to corporations rather than natural persons and is issued by the Internal Revenue Service. It is always possible to distinguish these, because Social Security numbers do not begin with 9, while corporate ID numbers always begin with 9.

    ABN is probably bank number. Every bank gets a unique nine-digit number, which is printed on the bottom of checks drawn against it; this number is used by the check clearing process to move the dollars to the payee's account and the checks back to the drawer's bank.

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  • 1 decade ago

    SS#--Social Security number.

    Corp Id #---Corporate Id #

    ABN--not sure what this is however.

    hope I helped you just a little

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