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Jessi

United States

#1 Dec 1, 2012
Who would u contact when a person is defrauding the system by drawing a check and works a job making over $2000.00 a week in cash?
abc

Manchester, KY

#2 Dec 1, 2012
Gather some proof and contact the system where the person is drawing a check from...no system allows a person to make that much and stay on the system.
Ed Harley

Middlesboro, KY

#3 Dec 1, 2012
Jessi wrote:
Who would u contact when a person is defrauding the system by drawing a check and works a job making over $2000.00 a week in cash?
Why say when Johnny. I would
contact the Father in heaven, you ought to also. Let each man seek his own salvation. It may not be proper for this person to be doing this, that is unless they work for you. Then I`m sure you would say it`s OK. Tend to you own house and let them do the same.
Why hate on a person & what harm is this causing you? Think about it, Do that that is pleasing in the sight of the lord.
Jessi

United States

#4 Dec 1, 2012
Ed Harley wrote:
<quoted text> Why say when Johnny. I would
contact the Father in heaven, you ought to also. Let each man seek his own salvation. It may not be proper for this person to be doing this, that is unless they work for you. Then I`m sure you would say it`s OK. Tend to you own house and let them do the same.
Why hate on a person & what harm is this causing you? Think about it, Do that that is pleasing in the sight of the lord.
you must be defrauding the government too. And leave God out of it. Im sick of working my a$$ off barely getting by while you people draw checks and foodstamps.
Solaris

Owensboro, KY

#5 Dec 1, 2012
I turn in the bloodsuckers all the time. A quick email and problem solved. All I got to say is those that are cheating the government better be careful because the government is making it awful easy to turn you in.
Ed Harley

Middlesboro, KY

#6 Dec 1, 2012
Jessi wrote:
<quoted text> you must be defrauding the government too. And leave God out of it. Im sick of working my a$$ off barely getting by while you people draw checks and foodstamps.
Sorry that you have a hardened Heart. I work and do not mind what goes on like that. Now just how much do you pay each week to keep these ( lowlifes trash going+ as you would say ) I`m sure well over half of your check. And in reality some where less than fifty cents. Its not fair that its just that is just that way.
Be happy with what you have: it could be less !!! It is appointed
to die, then comes judgement. Goodday
wacked

London, KY

#7 Dec 2, 2012
If anyone thinks defrauding the taxpayers isnt any of our business that person isnt paying taxes or they are on the draw themselves when they should be working.
Every thief that draws a check when there is nothing wrong with them should be turned in daily until somebody stops sending them our tax dollars.
That includes you Mr. Harley if your one of the deadbeats that cheat the system.
Thats one huge problem in America. To many people drawing a check when there is absolutely nothing that keeps them from working except the fact that they chose to be a deadbeat thief instead of a productive citizen.
Ed Harley

Middlesboro, KY

#8 Dec 2, 2012
Hey wacked :::::::::Don`t include me. I sweat mine out too. Now do you actually believe someone is making over 100,000 per year in side money ?
I sure don`t ! And I sure as hell don`t think you
report every cash dollar to the IRS you make either. Don`t get in my Kool-Aid!
Life citizen

Winchester, KY

#9 Dec 2, 2012
Jessi wrote:
Who would u contact when a person is defrauding the system by drawing a check and works a job making over $2000.00 a week in cash?
I surely would be careful sticking my nose in someone's business expecially if there making that kind of money behind the GOV.s back who knows what else somebody of these manners may take In there own hands. There day will come without your help be patient let it alone watch them go down without
Blue Boy

Whitley City, KY

#10 Dec 2, 2012
Ed Harley wrote:
Hey wacked :::::::::Don`t include me. I sweat mine out too. Now do you actually believe someone is making over 100,000 per year in side money ?
I sure don`t ! And I sure as hell don`t think you
report every cash dollar to the IRS you make either. Don`t get in my Kool-Aid!
You are saying you are a man of God but then say its alright not to report money you make. If you steal a pen from the bank that's still being a thief. Your Kool-Aid appears to be multi colored.
Blue Boy

Whitley City, KY

#11 Dec 2, 2012
Ed Harley wrote:
<quoted text>Why say when Johnny. I would
contact the Father in heaven, you ought to also. Let each man seek his own salvation. It may not be proper for this person to be doing this, that is unless they work for you. Then I`m sure you would say it`s OK. Tend to you own house and let them do the same.
Why hate on a person & what harm is this causing you? Think about it, Do that that is pleasing in the sight of the lord.
I do not know what God would think but I think He would not judge me for stopping a thief. It would appear you are the one worried about everyone's house.
nojudginghere

Middlesboro, KY

#12 Dec 2, 2012
Just do what's right and it all works out.
60scamarogrl

Oneida, TN

#13 Dec 3, 2012
There is a fraud hotline that you can call, just have all the information ready when you call. Any ss office should have the number and, yeah, they will come out and check it out. That sounds like alot money under the table though, if that what they are actually doing.

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#14 Dec 3, 2012
Report it i would.
Jessi

United States

#15 Dec 4, 2012
60scamarogrl wrote:
There is a fraud hotline that you can call, just have all the information ready when you call. Any ss office should have the number and, yeah, they will come out and check it out. That sounds like alot money under the table though, if that what they are actually doing.
ty. As of this morning there is an investigation underway.
Smart

Winchester, KY

#16 Dec 4, 2012
Jessi wrote:
<quoted text> ty. As of this morning there is an investigation underway.
I would lock my doors then
Jessi

United States

#17 Dec 4, 2012
And just why would I want to lock my doors?

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#18 Dec 4, 2012
You did the right thing
Jessi

United States

#19 Dec 5, 2012
Deerjerky01 wrote:
You did the right thing
thank you. I cant believe some of the comments on here, like its none of our business as taxpayers? And Id better lock my doors? Crazy.
freddie

Corbin, KY

#20 Dec 5, 2012
Jessi wrote:
<quoted text> thank you. I cant believe some of the comments on here, like its none of our business as taxpayers? And Id better lock my doors? Crazy.
all i can tell u is i find out who turned me n i will make your life living hell

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