A same or similar case may not be apparent until Treasury’s evaluation of the responses
on the FMS-1133. Treasury may return a claims disposition notice (CDN) determination
of “6B” see “Settlement not recommended and case closed GN 02406.425B. Claimant never lived at or received mail at the check address. If check negotiated
by person of same name at check address, there is no legal basis for recovery.” The
example scenario in B.1. warrants a “6B” determination.
However, situations may be slightly different, or we may not know why the check certified
to an incorrect address (for instance, no recent change of address on the record).
If SSA disagrees with a “6B” determination return on the CDN,
return the package to Treasury with an explanation;
ask Treasury to reexamine the signature;
explain that we do not know why the check has the wrong address or what the special
circumstances are that warrants review; and
return the package to the following address:
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Payment Integrity and Resolution Center
P.O. Box 51317
IMPORTANT: You must explain the situation clearly and completely so that Treasury has all the
information needed to reconsider the case.