You should have received an original B9A from the court after you filed. It will have your complete social security number on it (If you try to get a copy from the court, it will only have the last 4 digits). Copy the one you received, front and back and send it to the added creditor, or if you do get a copy from the court, provide the complete SS# when you send it out. In either case, you then file a certificate of service with the court indicating that the notice included the entire social security number.Ask a similar question
You must make copies of all pages of the B9A and mail it to each of the new creditors. You CAN'T draft a new one.
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I am not sure how you think you would fill out a B9A as it is a document prepared by the Clerk of the Court, not you. Send the original B9A and file a certificate of service which you must prepare. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question