Citibank Judgment

How to Stop a Citibank Judgment and Wage Garnishment

Your employer may call you into the office with some awkward news. Your wages are being garnished due to a Citibank judgment awarded against you for past credit card debt. You may have known about the debt or not, you may have been served or not, but now money is coming out of your pocket. […]

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Can a Credit Card Company Sue You?

Q: I am not sure if I am being scammed or not, but I got served with a lawsuit this past week. It’s for a delinquent credit card debt that I do owe, but it seems to say that the credit card company itself is suing me. It’s a moot point, as I’m so broke that I’m moving back to Tampa to live with my parents. Can a credit card company sue you?

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Being Sued by a Debt Collector?

You probably never imagined finding yourself being sued by a debt collector. Nobody ever plans to get into an amount of debt that they cannot repay, or at least keep up with over time. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, it can happen to anybody.

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Can You Go To Jail For Not Paying Medical Bills?

When you fail to appear, then the judge can issue a warrant that allows you to be arrested. So, in this way, you can be jailed for debt. What’s worse, is that unlike a criminal trial, you have no right to counsel in a civil trial, and these attorneys know that.

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Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and Car Repossession

When it comes to car repossession cases, keep in mind that the car you buy on credit is a co-owned car. You own part of it, and the creditor owns the other part. The creditor owns progressively less as you pay off the loan, and after the loan is paid the car is 100 percent yours – in this way a car loan is exactly like a mortgage.

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