Q: The Judgment Enforcer told me my debtor is a “scammer” and uses multiple Social Security numbers – why don’t they threaten to report the debtor – to get the judgment paid?
A: In theory, intentionally using multiple Social Security Numbers (SSNs) is illegal. However, in real life – unless one uses multiple SSNs to defraud the government or a VIP – law enforcement and other government entities (except perhaps bankruptcy courts) rarely do anything to the average person who use multiple SSNs – or who commits perjury.
Also, making threats is illegal. One cannot threaten, or threaten to notify others, for example the police or the IRS, for the purpose of getting a judgment paid. Maybe that is not fair – but that is the law.