Sep 25, 2014

Social Security Still Trying To Make People Pay Ancient Debts They Didn't Incur And That The Agency Can't Prove

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you don't think the master earnings record is proof of anything, then good luck when SSA pays you less than you think you are entitled to based on those earnings.

Anonymous said...

This is not about the master earnings record. It is about trying to collect a debt from someone who was a minor child with the NH died and who may or may not have benefited from those payments. The person who might reasonably be held responsible is the former's child's surviving parent or guardian whom presumably cashed those checks and spent that to money, maybe on the child, maybe not. But in any case, preemptively taking tax refunds without notice or explanation, is Kafkaesque by any stretch of the imagination.

What is wrong with this Agency.

I am really starting to smell a class action.

Anonymous said...

Find and read the pleadings. It's about her debt to SSA for overpayments on benefits she received - not benefits to her father.

Max Abilify said...

Couldn't get the local office to waive an SSI O/P transferred to a deaf man's Title II account eight or ten years ago. He is in his early 30's. The O/P was from when he was 5 to 6 years old on SSI. His father was payee. O/P was about 25 yrs old and due to parental deeming. The local office found him w/o fault but with ability to repay. He has been off benefits for about three years, working, and making decent money. BTW, both parents have been getting retirement benefits for years. Had to have an ALJ waive the O/P.

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