The Sherrif's department just came to our door to serve papers to my husband from Chase bank. They didn't leave the papers or anything because he is out of town and said they would come back and try again when he gets back in town.
I believe this is from an old credit card he had before we met. I don't know what the amount is he owes and in the past after we met he did pay some on it but had to stop because of no money and then unemployment.
I know we have not received any letters from them in a while.
I am assuming they will probably try to garnish his wages now that he is working again.
My question is what is the most that can happen? If it is for garnishment what is the most they can take out? Is it out of each check or monthly?
We live in Georgia.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:48 PM on Jun. 2, 2009 in Money & Work
If you know his personal information you can go here
and get a copy of all 3 credit reports & see what it is for & how much. As for your questions I have no clue. I am sure it would be so much out of every check.
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