2018-02-13 at 8:00 PM #739111+2
Read this first.
I was told that my VA benefits were safe from garnishment. TOday, 1300 dollars was taken out of my account. So. Now. I AM FLAT BROKE. 0 in my accounts. BOTH OF THEM. They even closed my saving account.
And charged me 100 fee for doing it.
I have no job. The bitch keeps putting me in jail. I just lost my VA school since I was stuck in oregon due to not being able to leave. And NOW. been told that I can’t even contact for visitation by the order. And that includes 3rd parties if you read into the orders.
So. Now I have no gas in my tank. THe parts I needed to order for my car I can’t. I can’t pay my bills now. And I am about all out of funds.
So I am all out of options. I can’t even drive to work. I can’t do anything. And Supposedly I have visitation this weekend, but if you read the order, I can’t contact her.
So, now that I am on Probation, I have to pay for that… But I am not on probation due t them not being able to do so by law..
I have no money to even get a cup of coffee. Or by smokes. So. I guess that’s just how it goes.
At least if my money was in crypto, then I would still have control over it. But now. I have nothing.
And thanks to the bitch, I got dropped out of my VA school program. So I am f~~~ed.
16 years, I gave that c~~~ all my money, all my time, everything. And now, jobless, can’t even go to school. And this is what they do when you are not employed.
I promised 2 people I would do a job. I hope I can walk there.
I guess I can try to call the bank, and according to the link above there has to be at least 2 months of VA pay in the bank account before they can withdraw any of it. But
In addition, as stated in 5 CFR §581.104(b) payments or portions of payments made by the Department of Veterans Affairs pursuant to sections 501–562 of title 38 of the United States Code, in which the entitlement of the payee is based on non-service-connected disability or death, age, and need are not subject to garnishment. Furthermore, 5 CFR §581.104 (f) indicates that education and vocational rehabilitation benefits for veterans and eligible persons under chapters 30, 31, 32, 35, and 36 of title 38, United States Code, and chapters 106 and 107 of title 10, United States Code are not subject to garnishment.
So how did the bank accept the writ to take away these benefits?
I was given the number to the division that does this, and last time I heard, the banks is not going to just go WOOPS, we made a mistake even though they see that the transfer is clearly VA education benefits.
So how is this possible? And is there anything I can do about this? I doubt it. But I thought I would give you guys a heads up. They will break the law, they will do whatever they want.
So I guess. I just make some useless phone calls while I still have a phone, and look forward to maybe taking back some items to the auto parts store, and hope they give me a refund.
Wonderful how life is. I hope this information helps someone out. But as we all know the state gets to do whatever they want, and the banks and everyone else just say yes sure right away and are going to do whatever they want.
Nice life it is.
You are all alone.2018-02-13 at 9:12 PM #739151+4
I receive a modest disability.
I was very lucky that like most men, when I was young and had no resources, fesmales ignored me.
I was very smart to realize why and ghosted not long after.
Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. –General James “Mad Dog” Mattis2018-02-13 at 9:58 PM #739176+5
Dude flee your country, get out, cross the border Mexican style if you have to, JUST F~~~ING LEAVE.
My god is death. I don’t know if your god exist, I don’t know if will meet it, but I’m sure you and I, we both will meet mine.2018-02-13 at 10:24 PM #739187
Dude flee your country, get out, cross the border Mexican style if you have to, JUST F~~~ING LEAVE.
Yeah, kinda weak for you. Are you self prescribing?
Doc! Up your game.
May you see the world burn soon.
Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. –General James “Mad Dog” Mattis2018-02-15 at 11:06 PM #740533
I will have a video up on how it is talking to these people. Talked to the guy, and he was the one that really helped me out.
But OH DEAR. THEN I got to talk to women later. AND THAT is when it ALL went down hill.
I am going to post redacted copies of my order on here and keep you updated, but you should hear some of these responses. Including a hang up.
I thought this was MY bank? Well. No. .. Found that out the hard way.
There is one more thing to note. If your bank is in multiple states, even though YOUR STATE may have a protection or something, they will not follow the laws in your state. IE, they will go through another state in order to take advantage of their laws in order to circumvent any protection that you have where you reside.
What else I found, will blow your mind. It concerns your private financial information.
All it takes to garnish any paycheck and send it to anyone is just a letter. I wish I was kidding, but the letter does not even need to be verified. That should scare you.
Now here’s another thing. Safe deposit boxes are also not safe. They order goes out and says ANY PROPERTY that you have. That means Houseboat, car, papers, anything.
If you have anything of value in your safe deposit box, it is now to be sent to the state.
Legally? That’s a slippery slope. But what it looks like on the surface is that “PAY ME ALL THE MONEY OWED”.
Not they do this weird thing where all your deposits AFTER the fact they have taken out the initial amount, all go to the amount requested, even though they can not do this after the initial amount withheld is done.
There is also a law that says that they can not charge garnishment fees. But they did.
Now, what they do is not freeze your account, they keep it open to accept deposits, but then when you get one, you don’t see it electronically on you online bank. I noticed one day I had no savings. The other day, I had 0 in savings. So it seems someone is daily screwing around with your account.
Now here is what you can do about this
1. Contact the FTC, and make a complaint there. Won’t do you much good, but if the bank is breaking a law, then they can help if you get someone there to contact the bank and tell them of their error. The FTC really does not really work for the little guy. Most of these large organizations don’t really deal with the little guy. But the more complaints they have go into a log.
2. The Federal reserve can also chime in on this as well, and has a form to fill out. They don’t again do much in the form of helping you out directly, but they can confirm things for you, and may even be able to get a letter to you on their letterhead so that you can forward this to your attorney, (that you can’t afford) or bank.
3. Here is the list of Bank regulators by state.
You can also file a complaint on the main site as well.
I have copied all of them here just in case, but the hot links bellow, you are going to have to get yourself on the site.
Regulator: Alabama State Banking Department
Address: P.O. Box 4600 Montgomery AL 36103
Phone: (334) 242-3452
Fax: (334) 353-5961
Regulator: Alaska Division of Banking and Securities
Address: P.O. Box 110807 Juneau AK 99811
Phone: (888) 925-2521
Fax: 907-269-8146 (Anchorage); 907-465-1231 (Juneau)
Regulator: Arizona Department of Financial Institutions
Address: Financial Enterprises Division, 2910 N. 44th Street, Suite 310 Phoenix AZ 85018
Phone: (800) 544-0708
Fax: (602) 381-1225
Regulator: Arkansas Attorney General
Address: Office of the Attorney General
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Phone: (501) 682 2007
Regulator: California Department of Corporations
Address: Financial Services Division, 1515 K Street, Suite 200 Sacramento CA 95814
Phone: (866) 275-2677
Regulator: Colorado Office of the Attorney General
Address: Uniform Consumer Credit Code, 1525 Sherman St., 5th Fl. Denver CO 80203
Phone: (303) 866-4494
Fax: (303) 866-5691
Regulator: Connecticut Department of Banking
Address: 260 Constitution Plaza Hartford CT 06103
Phone: (860) 240-8299
Fax: (860) 240-8167
Regulator: Delaware Office of the State Bank Commissioner
Address: 555 E. Loockerman Street Suite 210 Dover DE 19901
Phone: (302) 739-4235
Fax: (302) 739-3609
District of Columbia
Regulator: D. C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking
Address: 810 First Street, NE Suite 701 Washington DC 20002
Phone: (202) 727-8000
Regulator: Florida Office of Financial Regulation
Address: Division of Securities and Finance, 200 E. Gaines Street Tallahassee FL 32399
Phone: (850) 410-9805
Fax: (850) 410-9748
Regulator: Georgia Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
Address: Industrial Loan Division, Two Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive West Tower, Suite 704 Atlanta GA 30334
Phone: (404) 656-2070
Fax: (404) 657-8542
Regulator: Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Address: Consumer Resource Center, 235 S. Beretania Street, Rm 801 Honolulu HI 96813
Phone: (808) 587-3222
Fax: (808) 586-2640
Regulator: Idaho Department of Finance
Address: Consumer Finance Bureau, 800 Park Blvd., Suite 200, Boise ID 83712
Phone: (208) 332-8000
Fax: (208) 332-8096
Regulator: Illinois Division of Financial Institutions
Address: Consumer Credit Section, 320 W. Washington Springfield IL 62701
Phone: (888) 298-8089
Regulator: Indiana Department of Financial Institutions
Address: 30 South Meridian Street, Suite 300 Indianapolis IN 46204
Phone: (800) 382-4880
Regulator: Iowa Division of Banking
Address: 200 East Grand Avenue, Suite 300 Des Moines IA 50309
Phone: (515) 281-4014
Fax: (515) 281-4862
Regulator: Office of the State Bank Commissioner
Address: 700 SW Jackson, Suite 300 Topeka KS 66603
Phone: (785) 296-2266
Fax: (785) 296-0168
Regulator: Kentucky Office of Financial Institutions
Address: 1025 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200 Frankfort KY 40601
Phone: (800) 223-2579
Fax: (502) 573-8787
Regulator: Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions
Address: P.O. Box 94095 Baton Rouge LA 70804
Phone: (225) 925-4660
Fax: (225) 925-4548
Regulator: Maine Office of Consumer Credit Regulation
Address: Department of Professional and Financial Regulation, 35 State House Station Augusta ME 04333
Phone: (207) 624-8527
Fax: (207) 582-7699
Regulator: Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation
Address: 500 North Calvert Street Suite 402 Baltimore MD 21202
Phone: (410) 230-6100
Fax: (410) 333-3866
Regulator: Massachusetts Division of Banks
Address: One South Station Boston MA 02110
Phone: (617) 956-1500
Fax: (617) 956-1599
Regulator: Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation
Address: P.O. Box 30220 Lansing MI 48909
Phone: (877) 999-6442
Fax: (517) 335-4978
Regulator: Minnesota Department of Commerce
Address: Division of Financial Examinations, 85 7th Place East, Suite 500 St. Paul MN 55101
Phone: (651) 296-2135
Fax: (651) 296-8591
Regulator: Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance
Address: 4780 I-55 North 5th Floor Jackson MS 39201
Phone: (601) 321-6901
Fax: (601) 321-6933
Regulator: Missouri Division of Finance
Address: Consumer Credit Section, P. O. Box 716 301 W. High Street Jefferson City MO 65102
Phone: (573) 751-3242
Fax: (573) 751-9192
Regulator: Division of Banking and Financial Institutions
Address: 301 South Park, Suite 316, Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 248-2742
Regulator: Nebraska Department of Banking & Finance
Address: Financial Institutions, 1230 ‘O’ Street, Suite 400 P.O. Box 95006 Lincoln NE 68509
Phone: (402) 471-2171
Regulator: Nevada Financial Institutions Division
Address: 2785 E. Desert Inn Rd., Suite 180 Las Vegas NV 89121
Phone: (702) 486-4120
Fax: (702) 486-4563
Regulator: New Hampshire State Banking Department
Address: 64B Old Suncook Road Concord NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-3561
Fax: (603) 271-0750
Regulator: New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance
Address: 20 West State St. Trenton NJ 08625
Phone: (609) 292-5360
Fax: (609) 292-5461
Regulator: New Mexico Financial Institutions Division
Address: 2550 Cerrillos Road, 3rd Floor P. O. Box 25101 Santa Fe NM 87505
Fax: (505) 476-4670
Regulator: New York State Banking Department
Address: One State Street New York NY 10004
Regulator: North Carolina Attorney General (See also Commissioner of Banks)
Address: NC Attorney General’s Office 9001 Mail Service Center Raleigh NC 27699-9001
Phone: (919) 716-6400
Regulator: North Dakota Department of Financial Institutions
Address: 2000 Schafer Street, Suite G Bismarck ND 58501
Phone: (701) 328-9933
Fax: (701) 328-0290
Regulator: Ohio Division of Financial Institutions
Address: 77 South High Street, 21st Floor Columbus OH 43215
Phone: (614) 728-8400
Regulator: Oklahoma Department of Consumer Credit
Address: 4545 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 104 Oklahoma City OK 73105
Phone: (405) 521-3653
Fax: (405) 521-6740
Regulator: Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services
Address: Division of Financial Regulation, 350 Winter St. NE, Rm. 410 Salem OR 97301
Phone: (503) 378-4140
Fax: (503) 947-7862
Regulator: Pennsylvania Department of Banking
Address: Market Square Plaza, 17 N. Second Street Harrisburg PA 17101
Phone: (717) 214-8343
Fax: (717) 787-8773
Regulator: Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation
Address: Division of Banking, 233 Richmond Street, Suite 231 Providence RI 02903
Phone: (401) 222-2405
Fax: (401) 222-5628
Regulator: South Carolina State Board of Financial Institutions
Address: Consumer Finance Division, P.O. Box 11905 Columbia SC 29211
Phone: (803) 734-2020
Fax: (803) 734-2025
Regulator: South Dakota Division of Banking
Address: 217 1/2 West Missouri Avenue Pierre SD 57501
Phone: (605) 773-3421
Fax: (605) 773-5367
Regulator: Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions
Address: 511 Union Street, Suite 400 Nashville TN 37219
Phone: (615) 741-2236
Fax: (615) 532-1018
Regulator: Texas Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner
Address: 2601 N. Lamar Blvd. Austin TX 78705
Phone: (512) 936-7600
Fax: (512) 936-7610
Regulator: Utah Department of Financial Institutions
Address: 324 South State Street, Suite 201 Salt Lake City UT 84111
Phone: (801) 538-8830
Fax: (801) 538-8894
Regulator: Vermont Banking Division
Address: Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Administration, 89 Main St Drawer 20 Montpelier VT 05620
Phone: (802) 828-3307
Fax: (802) 828-3306
Regulator: Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions
Address: State Corporation Commission, 1300 East Main Street, Suite 800 Post Office Box 640 Richmond VA 23218
Phone: (804) 371-9657
Fax: (804) 371-9416
Regulator: Washington Department of Financial Institutions
Address: Division of Consumer Services, PO Box 41200 Olympia WA 98504
Phone: (360) 902-8700 (360) 902-8700
Fax: (360) 725-7827
Regulator: Office of West Virginia Attorney General (see also Consumer Protection Division)
Address: Consumer Protection Division 812 Quarrier St., 4th Floor
Charleston WV 25301
Phone: (800) 368-8808
Fax: (304) 558-0184
Regulator: Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions
Address: Wisconsin Consumer Act Section, P.O. Box 8041 Madison WI 53708
Phone: (608) 261-9555
Regulator: Wyoming Division of Banking
Address: Uniform Consumer Credit Code, 122 West 25th Street Cheyenne WY 82002
Phone: (307) 777-7797
Fax: (307) 777-3555
4. Again, the site above actually has letters and notices that you can send out. This is real handy when you are doing your own lawyer work. It also seems like this is the organizations that seems to get their hands dirty.
One more thing of note. THEY ACTUALLY PAY OUT MONEY TO HARMED CONSUMERS!
This was taken from the web site, and WOULDENT YOU KNOW IT. ANOTHER LISA! Dear lord, are they all clones?
“These changes . . . threaten effective enforcement of civil rights laws, and increase the likelihood that people will continue to face discriminatory access and pricing as they navigate their economic lives,” Lisa Donner, executive director of Americans for Financial Reform said in the statement.
5. Oregon has a specific site that deals with this that is a bit less helpful, but
6. Oregon has another office that does the same thing
You are all alone.2018-02-15 at 11:31 PM #740544
Oregon, california, or Washington specific.
This guy just fought for about 22 million in vet funding. He may be a good person go to or ask for help if you live here. He is a small business owner, and is like a world champ kite flyer. Not bad!
Might as well plug him if he can help out.
2. Oregon State Bar Veterans specific pages.
3. Oregon Law help.org
You are all alone.2018-02-15 at 11:56 PM #740552
No MGTOW man likes to be on the government TIT
But if you have to, since you got NO money, you LOST your job, and at least need to have money so they can take that to pay your child support to stay out of jail. And in my case, I can’t work, cuz I have to get permission by the PO, but the PO won’t watch me by law, and can’t do so, I am stuck in limbo. So let’s make the BEST of it.
So here are some organizations that you can at least get a free lunch, maybe even more.
1. VetRest Portland Oregon CHapter/ Bend.
Chapter meetings are on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at Best HQ in Beaverton (12745 SW Beaverdam Road, Beaverton, OR). Any and all are welcome to attend.
This should have been in the upper post, but the edit button is missing, so here it goes
Look towards the bottom for links to the help down there. Its worth it. I Figure some of you live all over the world, there are world wide links to legal aid at the bottom of the page.
You are all alone.2018-02-16 at 12:10 AM #740557
This should be the last one, with some links to jobs.
Inc. (WELL F~~~ IT, CALL YOURSELF A GIRL!)
You are all alone.2018-02-16 at 12:21 AM #740561
Justice for vets. Treatment courts. If this really works, then this might be the way to go.
Link to the maps of where you can get in if you need help. They offer a s~~~ ton of benefits in all in one package.
If they do have legal resources there, DAMN. I got to find out about this.
Established in 2010, Justice For Vets is a division of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Alexandria, Virginia.
Note: Justice For Vets does not and cannot offer legal advice or substance use/mental health services. If you are seeking legal or clinical assistance, please visit our resource page.
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