(a) The amount on the check is significantly less than the amount stated in the letter I received less than one month ago(b) My former representative payee misreported my income on his last statement(c) In addition to misreporting my income, he checked the wrong box so he never told them that I am longer working and do not receive any either income
I also want to be clear that every time I have to call Social Security or DHS, it only compounds my cost of living expenses (40 cents per minute on the telephone -- a bill which is not even considered to be a justifiable expense) Most agencies do not include self-addressed stamped envelopes, and I can not afford the postage required to mail out all of the requested documentation (e.g., utility bills, medical bills, pay stubs, etc.)
That aside, I am not the most user friendly person right about now, so I have found it difficult to put on a happy face so I can work at McDonald's which pays more than Metro anyway.
Your little sis.
Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
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--- On Mon, 8/11/08, Lauren Durant firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
From: Lauren Durant email@example.com
Subject: s.s. check - attached
Date: Monday, August 11, 2008, 5:05 PM
COINTELPRO: DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE