A Letter to the Social Security Administration Monday, February 10, 2013
T—– is guessing that the state will cover the premium amount. The county and state have deemed that my income is $6 above their limit so canceled me and I do not receive help from anybody except for housing assistance. I will be stopping that as soon as my SSDI is corrected.
Then T—– went into a long spiel wondering if I was aware of the consequences. I am fully aware of the consequences. “My number is 1-000-000-7481 my extension is —– and I will confirm this for you, but since it could potentially cause problems for you later I’m going to hold this for a little bit, okay, thanks.”
How can I make this any more clear
T—– is guessing
The only reason for the county help in the 1st place was because of the public housing rental. And please believe this, I never wanted public housing but it was my only option at the time as living with the spouse and Mother of my child had become unbearable. Now as I try to rid myself of this humiliation I am running into many undeserved obstacles.
I do not receive help through Washington County or any other government agency beyond my social security disability income.
State Farm Insurance gave me a complete medical examination. I was required to submit to one to obtain the ‘Preferred rate” on term-life insurance. I was told relatively few make the cut…I made it! I am a healthy person and always have been.
It makes no sense to dole out $100 a month for something I may never use. I could use that money for more necessary things.
I am raising my daughter on social security disability benefits. That is the sole source of my income.
So far, my disability benefits have been debited $205 in January and $105 on February 1, 2013, and that will be the amount deducted every month unless somebody can help me. I have bills to pay and a daughter to provide for. My income is limited and tight. The government does not know what is best for me…I do! At the end of the call I asked if I could have her name and she told me, “T—–“
Please contact me to discuss reasonable options. Please also know that because I am disabled I am sometimes difficult to understand. It may be better to correspond via e-mail. Thank you.
Cell Phone: —/—/—- – SSN: — — —-