So the other day, I called up Sprint, my illustrious cell phone provider, to make some changes to my service plan. The very nice agent asked me to identify myself with either the last 4 digits of my SSN or my password. Now, I’ve never set up a password for use over the phone and I said to myself (self I said) “they couldn’t possibly mean the password I use on their website.” so I told the agent the lat 4 digits of my SSN. He then proceeded to actually tell me the password that I had set on their website. So remember folks, if you ever want more information on a sprint customer, all you need is their cell phone number and the last four digits of their SSN. Sprint will helpfully provide your password in return. Oh and you don’t even need to forge caller-id since they don’t seem to care what number you call from.
[Edit: fixed broken link to SSN-Finder, thanks Tim]