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Ginger Peacock edgarpeaco
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Subject: garnishment
 
Posted on Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:59 am  

my husband and i have a joint account. He works a regular job and I am on SSI. Recently a credit card company froze our checking account. The credit card was my bill. he did not cosign any thing. Can our joint account be garnished, Should I remove my name from the account or what should i do. Credit card co. would not work out a settlement prior to freezing the account.the fee they charged was approx.1920.00.the total of the bill was less than 500.00. please help . We depend on my SSI check
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Subject: In Oregon State Pension is Garnishable or not?
 
Posted on Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:17 pm  

I live in oregon and wondering whether my state pension is garnishable or not?
Thomas1009
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Subject: Ford retirement pension
 
Posted on Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:59 am  

Capitol one is threating to to sue and my only income is my ford pension...can they garnish my pension?

I don't drive or own a home either..
janicemac
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Subject: credit cards
 
Posted on Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:12 pm  

i am just retired and i can't make the min amts on my 2 credit cards. approx 55 dolls each a month. can i make token payments, 1/2 to each company and be able to keep them off my back? The only monies going into my bank acct is social security and a small one from my job 30 yrs ago,can they garnish either one of these? I do owe, but i can't pay the min they want.
don
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Subject: garnish joint bank accounts
 
Posted on Sun Nov 28, 2010 2:03 am  

both my wife and i, get social security and retirement plus my wifes small parttime payroll check, can the credit card company take any of these
Rujack59
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Subject: Civil judgement and SS benefits
 
Posted on Sat Dec 04, 2010 5:52 am  

I just received notice that I am being sued over a deliquent credit card that I have not paid on in almost 4 yrs when my husband got cancer. He is totally disabled and I have been caring for him ever since. All of my credit cards have went unpaid. My question is: the only income coming into our joint checking acccount is his disability SS and a disabled veteran benefit, so if the company obtains a judgement against me can they attach money in our joint checking account? How can I keep that from happening? I have not contributed any money to our checking account and none of the credit cards were in his name.
Beverly
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Subject: How much
 
Posted on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:24 pm  

What is the amount you can pay on any bill. If you dont have a job
without getting a judgement against are garnishment is 5.00 a month ok to keep the creditors off your back if its a doctor bill or a bill of that nature.
ann
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Subject: income execution
 
Posted on Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:40 am  

I have a lawyers office calling me now sent me a letter to receive a debt from a dentist office, it is a very old bill and was off my credit but in the recent months the lawyer is trying to contact me by mail and phone. I am self employed and a single parent that receives no child support. I make just enough money to pay my every month bill. I am barely making it. In the letter the lawyer is stating that He was informed by my employer, which is not true I am self employed and that if this matter isn't resolved in 10 days then he will have no other choice but to issue an income execution to the sherriff or marshall. Can u give me some advise and help me on this matter . thank you.
norman gannon
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Subject: sample letter
 
Posted on Tue Dec 21, 2010 9:13 pm  

do you have a sample letter for response to a summons
sin
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Subject: scare
 
Posted on Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:45 pm  

i got a call that they are delivering a letter of summo letter, i do owe the credit card bt i told them i cant pay i have 4 kids n a hubby that lost his job, as soon as he get a job i will make payment, should i go ahead and go to court, i dont want my pay check garnish cause right now iam already behide everything...help me
Joe Blow
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Posted on Thu Dec 23, 2010 8:16 pm  

Can SSDI be garnished for Student Loans though?
VDavis
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Subject: SSDI
 
Posted on Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:04 am  

I have a lot of medical bills and see by the replies that collection agencies cannot garnish my bank account. I have tried to pay a little each month to pay them off, but some creditors will not accept anything less that $50/mo. I am on SSDI. My husband has his own acct at a different bank. Can he be made responsible for my medical bills? I thought about using a prepaid credit card, but my bank is free with a debit card already.
brianshacklett
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Subject: old card debt
 
Posted on Sun Jan 02, 2011 6:46 pm  

my x wife has some old debt. they are saying they will get a judgment.She does not have any money.she make 320.00 a week after taxes. how is the best way to handel this can she pay 5.00 a mouth will this be a attempt to pay .So they can not get a judgment. What are the statute of limitations on card debt. Thanks Brian
Becky
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Subject: child support
 
Posted on Mon Jan 17, 2011 1:03 am  

My only income is child support, I am unable to work due to an injury. Can they garnish my children's child support?
David Schulz
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Subject: credit card debt
 
Posted on Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:02 am  

On ss dissability can no longer pay credit card debt. What can they do if I don't pay

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