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Subject: garnish of checking account
 
Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 1:44 am  

I have my checking account on hold for tarnishing but I would like to fight it. I know that the 20 days have passed, can I still file and what do I file. I was paying my debt and thought I had paid acct in full, four months later I get notice still owe $300 and a few days later I get a writ of garnish and 3 days later acct on hold. Amount on hold is 3 times what I owe
Yolanda
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Subject: Credit card judgement
 
Posted on Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:10 pm  

After my husband passed away I had to stop paying all credit cards in order to pay the mortgage. One credit card company filed a judgment and put a lien on my home. They haven't gone after my checking account probably because all I have going in there is SS and a small pension from my husband's union. However, if for some unknown reason I were to put a larger amount of money in there from selling something else, will they know about it??
tisha Bosha
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Posted on Wed Oct 09, 2013 3:09 pm  

I live in Texas. My husband defaulted on a business loan. a lien was placed on our joint account it was then released. How many times can they but a levy on the same bank account?
Robert Williams
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Subject: Frozen checking account and check cashing
 
Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 5:40 pm  

My checking account is frozen. My pension check is drawn from the same bank. Can the bank refuse to cash my check?
Lora
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Subject: impact of lien in one state to another
 
Posted on Wed Dec 18, 2013 8:20 pm  

Can a judgement filed in one state for deficiency on rent have an impact on another deposit account in another state?The rent payment was drafted from checking account and a lien has been put on that checking account from my cheching account that same state. Have since moved to another state.If I open a new account can they draw from that?
jacki
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Subject: old debt
 
Posted on Tue Jan 28, 2014 4:22 pm  

I feel that banks shouldn't have the right to give debt collectors your money surely some people have their mortgage and or car notes coming out of their accounts. For the most part most debts are higher than what a person can afford to pay out of pocket at once and Jim you are right pay everything in cash if you can i wish my job had a check card because i would be using that instead of a bank account
Elaine
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Subject: garnishment
 
Posted on Mon Feb 17, 2014 3:38 am  

I cosigned for an apartment for my daughter. She moved out without paying 2,000nworth of fees. It has been a year and a half. It has been turned to collections. She has made two payments of $150, and I have offered to settle for $1200. I just received a writ of garnishment in the mail. My daughter who is also employed has received nothing. Suggestions?
Jenean Frybarger
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Subject: Judgment
 
Posted on Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:44 pm  

How long after I receive a "motion of Judgment" from a creditor until they can freeze my account and take out monies. Do I have time to file a motion to vacate, or will I be personally served before this happens? I am on Social security which I know cant be garnished, but if mixed with other funds could be garnished, Also my husbands name is on my acct but his name is not on the judgement, can they still take monies out of our joint acct.
Brenda
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Subject: Lien on checking account
 
Posted on Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:48 pm  

I left a condo owing 230.00 and a year later the condo association put a lien on my checking account for $3000.00. They billed me for the whole year and attorney fees. The only money I have to live off of is social security. I went to see a lawyer but cannot afford to file and am barely making it and just can't do a thing. What will happen, will it eventually come off? Or will they keep putting the same amount on year after year?
Theresa l Spinello
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Subject: Boyfriends checking acct had money taken out by a marshal fo
 
Posted on Wed Jul 30, 2014 6:39 pm  

We are not married and the acct is not a joint acct
Bank of America has my name on it only to be able to ask questions etc for my bf because he is a little slow and can't understand things well. His weekly pay checks get deposited. He has his debt card. I have no debit card and no job to have checks deposited.
I receive alimony I have signed a few checks over to my boyfriend to deposit but they were not of origin from him etc. and not a great dollar amount.

1 question. How can they take money fr an account for my debt when it's not a joint act ?

2 I own a small home. Why wouldn't they just put a lien on my home ?

3 I live in connecticut. Can they take my home? It's not even worth $80 k I know there's a $75 k exception.

Plz help with any info. Thank u
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