Q: What is the limitations on dss in North Carolina to get paid back on something I didn't do I was locked up??
Boyfriend at the time stole my purse and sold food stamps to 4 different people on the same day same store they have punished me for 3 years where I couldn't get food stamps at all no place on the country i went hungry alot was homeless alot too I moved to Florida to get away from those people in that state in beginning of 2017 I was locked up in 2016 for 4 months and got our called about my food stamps and I had nothing on my card period I called worker and found out why they want me to pay back 502 dollars on something that was not my fault period they are taking out of my bank account 135 dollars this month and will take the rest of the money out of my next 2 months checks
A: I don't know what "dss" means, but in any case, a question on a NC limitations period must be asked of a NC attorney. Since your inquiry is indicated to be from Sebring, Fla., mostly Fla. attorneys (like me) will see your post. Also, legal advice on the filing deadline specific to your potential claim is something you must directly ask an attorney about, as online forum answers are for general information purposes, not legal advice to rely on. You may want to ask the North Carolina Bar Association if they can refer you to a lawyer for consultation.
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