Letter to revoke wage assignment request

A wage assignment is where you ask your employer to subtract a certain amount from your wages so you can make payments to a third party or creditor. If you no longer want your creditor to use the wage assignment, you need to send him a Revoke Wage Assignment Letter. Here is a sample of a Revoke Wage Assignment Letter for your reference:




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Dear ,

Re:

This letter is to inform you that I hereby revoke your right to use the wage assignment I have signed on. You no longer have my permission to use this wage assignment for getting your payments.

Sincerely,

Your Signature_________________.

Your Name____________________.


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