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    I wanted to open a new checking account, but i heard that creditors can freeze my funds to pay an owed bill. i had my checking account before but i closed it due to people telling me that. i remember when i had my old checking account, i got a payday loan and never paid it so they got into my checking account, but i had given them a check from that account. is that the only reason they were able to do that? can credit card companies and other bill collectors get into my checking account even though its a disability check (the only people that can garnish a social security check is irs, gov, and child support)? i thought maybe they could get into my check account since its not really garnishing my disability, instead garnishing my "bank account". please let me know what you think. thanks.

    I don't think that Social Security Funds are permitted, by law, to be garnished. That doesn't stop it from happening. Yes, by you giving them a check, you gave them permission to access funds from your accounts. Again, see my first answer. Watch out for the IRS though, they're more able to get around most laws. No one but you and the bank are allowed to monitor your bank accounts. You would have to report it to them where you are spending the money. Hope this helps, and good luck.

    By law, funds deposited into a SS recipients bank account are not to be garnished. In theory, that is great but if you are depositing funds from other sources into the bank account then all the funds can become fair game because the bank does not track which funds are from SS or from other sources. If you opt to use a checking account, then deposit only your SS funds into it. If the bank does permit a garnishment you would be able to prove the funds were from SS only and were exempt from being garnished. The bank could be in a position to have to reimburse you.

    1) Credit. It is a checking account. What if you write a cheque and you overdraft then walk away? You have then borrowed and not repaid. They can post this information on your credit report if needed. 2) Identification. This way they know who you are. They can verify you are really who you and your Peachtree City say you are. They use it to verify your identity in the future as well, if you don't have an Peachtree City or are on the phone. 3) Taxes. You receive a 1099 for any interest income. Tax info is always based on your social. Maybe if this was a business account you could use your EIN, but I can't say for sure. EIN's are easier to change and not as private as your social. Don't worry about it, the bank is not going to steal your identity.

    If you owe someone, and they get a judgement against you in court, yes they could garnish your bank account. And ss isn't going to monitor where the money goes from your account.

    Just pay what you owe....geez.