An individual debtor who does not submit with the petition a verified statement of social security number (required by BR 1007(f)) shall do so promptly after the petition is filed, and shall also mail a copy of the statement to the trustee and all creditors and other parties in interest. Within two days after such filing and mailing, the debtor shall file a certificate of compliance with this rule. Failure to file and serve the statement, or to file the certificate of compliance, may subject the debtor to sanctions, including dismissal of the case.
A debtor shall not file the payment advices described in BR 1007(b)(1)(E). Instead, a debtor shall give copies of the payment advices to the trustee at least seven days before the first date set for the meeting of creditors, and to the United States trustee not later than ten days after service of a written request therefor. In addition, if a creditor requests in writing copies of such payment advices at least 14 days before the first date set for the meeting of creditors, the debtor shall provide them to the requesting creditor at the same time they are provided to the trustee.