IF they get a JUDGEMENT, they can. The amount of the repo is small compared with the remainder of the car loan but they generally sue for everything.You can fight it and counter sue to reduce the amount you owe.
Yes, a finance company from Georgia can garnish wages even if the person lives and works in South Carolina. If the company got a judgement in court, they can garnish the wages in any state.
They aint going to....They try to scare you with that, as long as they have there property there good!!
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.
no. the only things that can garnish your wages is federal and state.
Can a collection agency garnish wages in the state of Oregon?
Yes, if they obtained a judgment in the processes. No employer will release wages to a third party without a valid order of garnishment however.
First, a company can not garnish an employee's wages. A court order is required to begin a garnishment of wages which a company is legally required to follow. Federal law mandates that a maximum of 60% of an employee's income can be garnished. This amount is determined by a judge and varies from situation to situation.
No. In the state of Texas a creditor cannot garnish your wages no matter how much is owed.
If you default on a loan and Ford sues you, it can garnish your wages if it wins the lawsuit.If you default on a loan and Ford sues you, it can garnish your wages if it wins the lawsuit.If you default on a loan and Ford sues you, it can garnish your wages if it wins the lawsuit.If you default on a loan and Ford sues you, it can garnish your wages if it wins the lawsuit.
If the the loan co takes you to court and obtains a judgment against you, yes, they will garnish your wages.
yes they can
no but they can sue you and a judge can in the US anyway
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.
The state orders the garnishment, not the company, but they can take every penny.
If you are talking about the IRS garnishing wages the answer is no. They can only garnish the amount you make over 40 hours.
What do you mean "illegal"? If you signed a promissory note, and did not fulfill your end of the bargain, that individual or company can sue you. If you do not show up to defend yourself, they will get a default judgment and can garnish your wages.
No, only the federal government can garnish your wages.
You can not have a judgement to garnish wages since you are not a major company, you will need to go to court to collect.
The employer WITHHOLDS the amount required in the garnishment and pays that amount each pay period to the company/person having the legal right to that amount.
Yes, in if you get a foreclosure against you in Indiana, they can definitely garnish your wages. However, they can only garnish wages if it is ordered by the court.
can a collection agency garnish your wages in texas
Yes, and they will. The can garnish up to 25% of your wages.