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He receives $2100 a month from his pension and social security. He has a car that he took the personal loan against. It's a 2001 Ford Taurus. Their letter is a little confusing. They say that they are asking for the return security of the Ford Taurus, but then on another line it says the security for his account is a 2005 Honda which I believe belongs to the young woman who was taking advantage of him at the time he created the loan.
So other then the pension, social security, and Ford Taurus he has not assets. $1950 a month goes directly to the ALF.
Ok...so they can go after his car only?