The CPS must resolve any omissions or unacceptable responses to the accounting questions.
If the representative payee has custody of the beneficiary or is a public official
appointed by the court or under local law, the questions can usually be resolved by
mail or telephone contact. Generally, if the payee does not have custody or it appears
fraud may be involved, the CPS will request the FSP or the servicing FO to obtain
the necessary information in a personal contact with the payee.
NOTE: Where the payee is a court-appointed public trustee or guardian, a copy of his or
her report about the beneficiary filed with the court is acceptable in lieu of the
SSA-2001-F6 if it contains equivalent information.
The CPS must update the SVB record on the SSR to reflect any changes in representative