no it cant
Credit Cards cannot be garnished. If there are credit card debts, the wages can be garnished regardless of the location of the cards.
Wages cannot be garnished for credit card debt in South Carolina. They can be garnished for unpaid taxes and child support.
Yes, your wages can be garnished wherever you work for a debt. Generally, wages are not approved to be garnished for unsecured debt.
A person on fixed income wages can be garnished. The reason I know is because my friends father got his wages garnished because he borrowed to much money on his chase card. Her father has to pay back 35,000: that includes intrest. My advice is to not get a credit card and if you get a credit card, only use it for emergencies only because you do not want your wages garnished when you already have a fixed income.
Yes, if you were prosecuted for it and a judgment was made against you.
No, they can only be garnished for taxes, government services and child support arrearages.
Yes....AND/or you would have your wages garnished.
A person's wages can not be garnished unless a judgment is obtained in court against that person. People get sued all the time for credit card debt. Once the credit card company gets a judgment, then they can garnish wages.
Yes! That's one of the most important parts of bankruptcy filing, the Automatic Stay, which STOPS garnishments, foreclosures, etc immediately. To the extent that your wages have already been garnished, you will not get that money back.
I believe that if a credit card company takes you to court and you or your representative (attorney) do not appear, a summary judgment can be issued against you and the court can order your wages garnished.
You are likely to have your wages garnished. Your credit cards will be cancelled and liens may be placed on property.
If your creditor has obtained a judgment against you, yes.
Yes, Ohio allows wage garnishment by a judgment creditor.
You cannot write off credit card wage garnishment payments on your taxes. It is best not to get into a situation where your wages are being garnished.
Wages cannot be garnered for medical bills in Texas. They can also not be garnered for credit card debt, mortgage debt, or car loans.
No, credit card debt is always considered "unsecured" regardless of what legal action may have been implemented in the collection of monies owed,
There were no credit cards in 1900, hence no credit card debt.
No, wages can be garnished by an order of the courts for any type of debt. However the credit card company or collections agency MUST first file a lawsuit, obtain a judgment, and then file a motion for garanishment of wages providing the courts with your employers information. Any collections agency telling you that if you do not pay them, that they will garnish your wages is breaking the law, as they can not make threats that they do not have the ability or intentions to do. If that is the case I would contact an FDCPA law firm has you may be entitled to damages for the violation.
In some instances, yes they can. Is the spouse listed on the debt? An example would be a joint loan or credit card. If so, that makes the spouse legally liable for the debt. If not, then no, the wages cannot be garnished because the spouse is not legally liable for the debt.
Even if a credit card company sues you and wins, the judge can only say that you do owe the money. He can attach a lien to your credit file which would prevent any new creditors from granting credit until the debt is taken care of. If you are in bankruptcy the rules change, each state has different laws. If the credit card company sues and receives a judgment in their favor your wages can be garnished up to an amount set by your state's laws.
Well there are a variety of things that happens when you don't pay a credit card bill. Your interest goes sky high, and your balance will become huge, they cut you off, your reported to the credit agency/ bureau and collections agency. Yes they can garnish your wages if that is an option for them. You can go to court, there may be jail depending on circumstances. In the end your credit will be ruined. The only circumstance that would bring "Jail" into the equation is if you stole the credit card, or some other form of identity theft. There is NO debtor's prison in the United States!