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George M.
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Subject: garnishment
 
Posted on Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:47 pm  

I have 4 credit cards that I can no longer pay because of may age and ill health. The amount I receive monthly is below the poverty level. Can they attach my monthly check. I have no assets and live off of what I receive each month......
June harding
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Subject: Stop payment on time share
 
Posted on Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:15 pm  

Can my social security and federal civil retirement be garnished by the time share Corp. I have no assets, live in hud housing and have a 2007 car
Susan mccrea
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Subject: Credit card ju$gement
 
Posted on Sun Apr 29, 2018 3:23 pm  

Only income is social security.....is it protected from being frozen
Jeanne
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Subject: Judgement for credit card debt
 
Posted on Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:24 pm  

Can a judgement for credit card debt be collected by garnishing my ck acct where I just get soc sec and retirement CDs less than $2000 each month
judythompson47265
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Subject: credit card
 
Posted on Mon Oct 01, 2018 1:05 pm  

If I die and owe money on a credit card can they make my son sell the house to pay the debt? both our names are on the house loan.
vito
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Subject: credit card debt
 
Posted on Mon Nov 19, 2018 2:38 pm  

If I owe 10 credit card companies and can not longer pay the full amounts,can each of those companies attached 15/20% of my retirement and social security payments?
mensermark@ymail.com
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Subject: Dialysis debt
 
Posted on Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:20 am  

My wife and I are on Social Security. She gets $1000/mo. and I get more. I have been told I am not responsible for her medical bills. ( We have separate checking accounts, I pay all household debts and my medical bills, she pays her medical bills.) My wife has begun dialysis after a major heart attack and kidney failure. We have a medicare PPO, but her "obligation" is $1,000/week. The dialysis company has sicced a collection agency on her . We have a home with a reverse mortgage on it (for her medical bills) , but we are concerned that the mounting dialysis debt will wipe us out and take our home.
mensermark@ymail.com
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Subject: Dialysis debt
 
Posted on Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:21 am  

My wife and I are on Social Security. She gets $1000/mo. and I get more. I have been told I am not responsible for her medical bills. ( We have separate checking accounts, I pay all household debts and my medical bills, she pays her medical bills.) My wife has begun dialysis after a major heart attack and kidney failure. We have a medicare PPO, but her "obligation" is $1,000/week. The dialysis company has sicced a collection agency on her . We have a home with a reverse mortgage on it (for her medical bills) , but we are concerned that the mounting dialysis debt will wipe us out and take our home.
mensermark@ymail.com
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Subject: Dialysis debt
 
Posted on Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:21 am  

My wife and I are on Social Security. She gets $1000/mo. and I get more. I have been told I am not responsible for her medical bills. ( We have separate checking accounts, I pay all household debts and my medical bills, she pays her medical bills.) My wife has begun dialysis after a major heart attack and kidney failure. We have a medicare PPO, but her "obligation" is $1,000/week. The dialysis company has sicced a collection agency on her . We have a home with a reverse mortgage on it (for her medical bills) , but we are concerned that the mounting dialysis debt will wipe us out and take our home.

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