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Law & Legal Issues
Medical Billing and Coding
Can a levy be put on your bank account for unpaid medical bills?
Can a levy be placed on your bank account for unpaid medical bills that have gone to collection agency in the state of Wisconsin?
Can funds from your bank accounts be seized for unpaid medical bills?
Can a collections agency freeze bank account for medical bills?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, DIY Projects
Why is your bank account garnished?
Your bank account can be garnished if you have an unpaid bill that has remained unpaid for a long time. The company (or the debt collector) can take legal action to recover the money owed from either your wage, or your bank account. There are specific laws for each situation, so you need to be careful. Best option is just to make sure your bills are paid on time.
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
Can your bank account for salary be garnished for hospital bills?
Asked in Banking
How can you use Tri Counties Bank BillPay to pay your bills online?
"You can use Tri Counties Bank BillPay to pay your bills online by first setting up a user account with them. Once you have that set up, and linked to your bank account with them, you can set up your bills/account numbers online, and then it's just a matter of sending your payment whenever you wish."
Can you lose your house because you can't pay your medical bills?
Difference between account payable and bills payable?
Will you be notified if your bank account is going to be levied for medical bills?
It is the law that anyone who takes money for satisfaction of a lien it must be reported to you how, when and where they are getting payments. So if a creditor, be it medical or not, has won the right to take money from your bank account you have to be told. It should have been taken to court and been court ordered or handled in some legal manner. They cannot just simply go to your bank to get payment.
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Can customers pay bills online at VerizonWireless.com?
Asked in Credit Reports
Can you open a savings account at a credit union when no bank will take you?
Credit unions are harder to get accounts with than most banks. If "no bank will take you", you possibly have unpaid obligations to a particular bank, such as unpaid overdraft fees or other bothersome debits to your account. Banks share this information about their clients who have defaulted. However, it need not remain a permanent problem. It may be a better strategy to simply pay them, or possibly negotiate a settlement. Then it should be smooth sailing in regard to opening any bank account.
What does the account number on the check tell the bank cashing the check?
The account number on the front of the check tells the bank whose account to deduct the amount of the check from. If you mean what does it do for the bank when you write your account number underneath your signature on the endorsement area on the bank of the check - this tells the bank that you are its customer and gives it an avenue of recourse in the event the check is returned unpaid (i.e. deducting the funds from your account). This is what allows you to negotiate checks that are from different banks at your bank. Not writing your account number on the bank of the check won't prevent the bank from using your account as recourse, but writing it makes things easier on the teller who is cashing the check.
Asked in Debt Collection, Banking
Can a wife's bank account be garnished because of a judgment against her husband for an unpaid debt in his name?
Why are people using routing number 061000146 to pat their bills?
Why bank prohibited person to open account?
There may be several reasons, and if you are the person who was denied an account you should inquire with the bank directly to determine why. Some reasons might be: Negative history with that bank (you owe them money from a past account that closed in overdraft, or from unpaid loans) Negative history with another bank Negative credit history in general Inability to provide the identification legally required to open an account