Debtors prison

This was hard to read, because as I’ve mentioned, the IRS is after me. Imagine, as little money as I make — while these multinational corps don’t pay a cent. It sickens me, I just don’t know what to do because now they want to put a lien against my bank account. I’m afraid. (I don’t get afraid very often.)

I don’t deserve this. No one does. Justice now is only for the powerful and the wealthy, not people like us.

3 Responses to Debtors prison

  1. Shadgirl February 12, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    AH! I am sorry they are going after you. Have you called them to beg yet?

  2. grandcamel February 12, 2013 at 12:16 pm #

    I went through this. Have you called them and talked about the situation? I was terrified and depressed to the point I stopped communicating and as soon as I overcame my fear and called (sobbing) I found that the agents, fortunately, can be very reasonable about time and payments and getting to the root of what the issue really is. There is very VERY frequently just automated processes that do crazy shit. A computer decided I owed over a half million when I had been on disability due to the stupid way my company reported stock options. I had used hardly a few thousand, but I had to do submit the paperwork. The letters piling up telling me I owed more money than I could possibly ever make sent me in a spiral, but that was from a robot, not a human. Tell the truth, even about being sad and depressed, and you may find an open heart at the other end.

    Love and peace to you.

  3. quixote February 12, 2013 at 12:32 pm #

    I’m betting Susie’s called everybody already.

    What a thing to have to go through, especially, as you say, while watching the Big Boyz offshore profits and pay nothing.

    Horrible.

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