I'm in California. Being sued in Small Claims Court. I had to give my bank account information and social security number to the person suing me.
Now I am worried he is sharing it with other people.
How can I protect myself?
Had to how? Did the court order that? It seems unlikely. And your protections are the same ass anyone else's. If it is shared and causes you harm, you can sue. There is not much else you can do.
Your statement that you had to give this information does not make sense. Was there a court order requiring that you do this? You can ask for a confidentiality order regarding the information from the court nunc pro tunc (now for then which means that it is retroactive)
You do not have to give the other side that information unless you have already gone to court, lost, gotten a judgment against you, and now the other party is trying to enforce the judgment.
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