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Complaint Review: asset acceptance

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  • Submitted: Fri, February 15, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, February 16, 2013

  • Reported By: greg — pawling New York United States of America
asset acceptance
warren, Michigan United States of America

asset acceptance illegal wage garnishment warren, Michigan

*Consumer Comment: comment

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Asset Acceptance has begun what I feel us an illegal garnishment of my wages. They are taking almost 500 a month. No prior warning, no summons served. Just bam..money just started disappearing. They said it was from a credit card that was issued to me in 1983! 30 years ago. I don't even know what card it was. And they absolutely refuse to negotiate a settlement. They money they're trying to collect is outrageous. Any suggestions?

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AUTHOR: Jeanski - (USA)

There are probably people on here who can address this better than I, but I think you might have a case.  In order for them to garnish your wages, they have to have a judgment against you. In order to get that, they would have to sue you and win.  To sue you, they have to serve you notice, and here's where you might be able to get them.  You probably need a lawyer who can require them to show "proof of service". If they can't, you might be able to file an appeal in court. Also, I think there might be a statute of limitations that could be addressed.

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