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needhearts
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Subject: summons for debt
 
Posted on Tue Jun 23, 2009 10:00 am  

if i make arrangements to pay debt in court is it still a jugement on my credit.
HEARTS
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Subject: HOW TO GET OUT
 
Posted on Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:13 pm  

i CAN'T MAKE ARRANGEMENT AND THEY WITHHELD MY BANK ACCOUNT. WHAT SHE i DO. i JUST STARTED THIS JOB AND i HAVE OTHER BILLS TO PAY.

tHEY MAKE A JUDGEMENT AGAINST ME.
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Posted on Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:04 am  

First you could file to have the judgment vacated but you would have to have a good reason for doing this. I would not be putting anymore money in the bank account...any bank account with your name on it. If they do attach your wages then you would only be made to cough up a certain amount of your check. The amount depends but is not usually more than 25%. Therre may be nothing you can do but take care of the matter and put it behind you.
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Subject: payday loan
 
Posted on Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:32 pm  

they called my job and told my boss that if i did not response they were going ahead with legal actions against me. i called but everyone i talk too on the phone were rude. the manager even told me to pawn something to pay by this friday. i asked why this gentleman called and said that to my boss and all they could say he was no longer working for them. what can i do. they would not accept any kind of payment. but i pay eight time their interest
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Subject: payday loan
 
Posted on Tue Apr 06, 2010 6:37 am  

Hi Nancy,

Can you tell me what kind of payment they are demanding? The best way to stop payday loan companies harassing you is to pay them off. If you face difficulty in paying the dues within this Friday, borrow money from some relative or friend of yours. You should always refrain from taking payday loans in the future. Payday loans are even illegal in some states.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Aaron
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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Wed Aug 18, 2010 5:48 pm  

I received a summons from a sheriff for one of my creditors, although, it was not stamped, and when I went down to the clerk’s office they informed me it wasn’t even filed with the court, what do I do now???? I live in Washington if that helps
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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:01 am  

Hi Julian,

I have answered to your query at http://www.creditmagic.org/pub/online-cresent-jewelers-1.html#51079 .

If you have any other query feel free to discuss in the forum.

Thanks,

Aaron
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Posted on Tue Jul 30, 2013 8:18 am  

Received a summons without a court date, what shall I do
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Posted on Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:44 am  

mr.t i sign for a motor cycle that cost 30.000 and 7.000 was let to payoff the party that was paying the payment defulted.the party will not return the bike and the repo people cant'nt get it. i reported stolen but i do not have insurance. the creditor are trying to serve me a summon after 3yr.if i go tell the judge my side of the story will they still make me pay the balance or how do i handle this situation.
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Subject: @Carol
 
Posted on Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:04 am  

I agree with Carol.
However, if you are in the process of, or plan to file bankruptcy, you should share this information with your attorney. Generally, a bankruptcy attorney will notify the plaintiff in the action and apprise them that a) you are represented by legal counsel, and b) that you are in the process of filing for bankruptcy. Once the debt creditor receives this notice it is likely that they will dismiss the legal action.
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