I obtained financing for a few house maintenance. Fell on hard times and couldn’t pay for them. Now the creditor is threatening to garnish my wages. Can they really do that? I’m in texas.
I'd rather suggest you to try to reach out to a reputable debt settlement or credit counseling company within your vicinity. They are very much efficient in dealing with such cases.
Nowadays, many states permit wage garnishment. But in order to do that the creditor needs to sue you first and obtain a judgment against you. However, in order to defend it, you should immediately seek help of a consumer attorney licensed to practice law in your state.
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Last Updated on: Fri, 8 Jun 2018