Q: I am on social security disability my mother has been my payee i have noticed more and more money coming up short bills
Not being paid tried getting info about my account only to find outonly she has access to the account and only she can make any changes or access statements what can i do i am now homeless her and my brother just tell me i don't have any money left the only bill thats paid is a 33 dollar monthly cell phone bill s.s. will change payee but need a bank stmt i can't get because of her denying me access to my account l have reported it several times but they still don't investigate i think its wrong that i don't have access to my account but she allows my felon brother access to my account the bank and social security don't seem to want to check it out. When my benefits come in she immediately transfers all my funds to her and my brothers accounts i don't know if s.s. won't investigate because of someway she has changed my account i have witnesses and they still refuse to help or that i need a bank statement she will not let me have she says it has her name on it its her money
A: If you have reason to suspect that the payee on your Social Security Disability account is either not giving you sufficient walk-around money to use, or is spending your benefits on things other than your living expenses you should contact the Social Security Administration; there is probably a local off of the SSA somewhere in your area.
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