Couldn’t pay full payments for 2 credit cards. They went to collections. Collections sued but I didnt go to hearing. They sent a form asking my bank account info and income information. What do I do now?
I asked my friend Mike Killian to answer your question for you. I wanted to make sure you got an answer as quickly as possible as I’m a bit backed up at the moment. I’ll be watching the comments on this question and be around to help if you need me.
It is tragic that you did not attend the hearing as the worst that could have happen is exactly what is happening. But by appearing, you might have walked away from the whole thing. By not going to the hearing you defaulted and a legal judgment has been tendered. The requested information is probably court ordered and part of the notice of judgment. The forms are probably for the purposes of attaching a lien or having your wages garnished.
You have very few options. You can appeal the judgment. You can comply with the court ruling and supply the required information. Or you can try to make contact with the agencies and see if any arrangement can be made for repayment.
I certainly wish the news was better but it simply is not.
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