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How Can I Get NCSLT to Stop Garnishing My Wages?

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Written by Steve Rhode

Question:

Dear Steve,

National Colligate garnished my wages, and 6 months after garnishment stopped, they tried to garnish my wages again for over 3000 in interest.

That I assume they didn’t include? I paid over 7500. The only reason I know that they are trying to garnish me again is that the courts sent me papers, and I requested a hearing.

Can they keep putting in for garnishment?

My loan is drain 2003. They never contact me they go straight to the courts. I feel like this is double jeopardy. What can I do? What are my rights?

What can I do to stop this? I feel like it’s double jeopardy? I feel like I am in a lose-lose situation?

They garnished me for one amount, and when that is paid, they try garnishing me for another amount. I didn’t stop the garnishment. How can they do this? I replied to the court’s paper because they don’t contact me. They go straight to the courts, and I want to fight this. This loan is from 2003.

Amh

Answer:

Dear Amh,

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National Collegiate Student Loan Trust student loans are a mess.

You should look at what I’ve written about them here.

Since you’ve already been sued and lost, and then they are coming back around to garnish you some more or maybe sue you on a different account, we can’t play around.

I strongly advise you to contact a consumer attorney in your state and talk to them about your situation. One place to find such an attorney is here.

I sense time is of the essence, so I would not delay connecting with an attorney licensed to practice law in your state as soon as possible.

Depending on what the underlying legal issues are with your particular case, some actions might be taken to put this behind you.


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