If you have no assets that are above the allowed exemptions under the law, you are what is known as judgment proof. This means that should a creditor sue you, they have no way to collect. Your income cannot be garnished.
You can ignore the letters if you like. If you get sued at some point in the future, you need not worry about having money taken from you.
You may want to file a bankruptcy just to avoid all the hassle. Since your funds are short, I would check with a local legal aid organization in the county in which you reside for a legal aid attorney.
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I would agree with the othe attorney that you are essentially "judgment proof". The money that you receive from donating blood may, however, not be exempt from collection. I would suggest not depositing it intothe same account as your social security. You do not mention if you own a home or other assets. I would suggest that you have a consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney - many offer free initial consultations. You can also check with the Bankruptcy Court in your area about free or low cost assistance.
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Based on the limited facts you presented, it is likely that you are judgment proof as social security disability is exempt from judgment. Your plasma income may be subject to collection if it is sitting in a account somewhere and a creditor takes a judgment.Ask a similar question
They are allowed to continue to bill you as long as the debt is valid. As previously stated, you are likely judgment proof but if you do have assets such as a home etc. The creditors might be able to attach it unless you declare bankruptcy.
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