Yes, by an order of the court.
can the state of WV garnish your wages if you dont pay your credit cards
A credit card company can garnish you wages if they successfully sue for the owed funds in court. They cannot garnish wages before going through the court system.
The lender may garnish your wages for a judgment against a debt in Illinois, even after repossession.
Can a collection agency garnish wages in the state of Oregon?
Yes, a college can garnish your wages for unpaid tuition. You may be able to work out a payment plan with them before this happens.
Yes. The garnishment law for Michigan is not to exceed 25% of the person's disposable income.
In Indiana, a credit card company can only garnish wages if there has been a judgment against you. If they sued you, and you lost or did not show, and the Judge determined you owed, they can garnish you. They can not do it on their own.
yes they can
No, Wisconsin will not garnish a spouses wages to satisfy a credit card debt. Credit cards do not generally seek garnishments unless the amount is very large.
If you owe a debt to a bank they can seek a petition from the court to garnish your wages.
They can choose to if they first obtain a judgment for the unpaid balance.
if i signed a wage assignment at a payday loan company in illinois can they garnish my wages?
Can credit card companies that take you to civil court garnish your wages or income tax return if you lose in the lawsuit
Credit Cards cannot be garnished. If there are credit card debts, the wages can be garnished regardless of the location of the cards.
Probably. Any debt you owe, if unpaid for a period, can result in garnishment of your wages.
Yes, Texas allows garnishment of wages for credit card debit
They can sue you, the results can lead to jail time for fraud or allow them to place a lien on property or to garnish wages. They can place a lien on property (depends on the agreement you signed). They can make an adverse entry in the credit reports.
Can a collection agency already garnishing you also levy your wages
Yes. A creditor can sue for a debt and if they get a judgment they can use the judgment to garnish the debtor's wages.