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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Daniel N. Gordon Attorney at Law — Writ of Garnishment
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
My bank account was summons to a Writ of Garnishment and tried to garnish a sum of up to $2100 in a claim against my husband. My husband and I have seperate accounts. The $2100 in question which includes late fees, over the limit fees which came from a Capital One credit card that was not in my name but in my husbands who was going through credit couseling which they will not work with. They will not work on just collecting actaul amount that was charged on this card which was $300.
They have come to our house serving papers 3 times, each paper received never had a case no nor did it explain what the details were on the papers. The paperwork looked like fake documents. My husband was instructed to ignore the papers by the credit couseling company and the CC was a nonsecured amount.
Now the Garnishment has been placed on my account.