Natalie07 Posted May 17, 2019 Report Share Posted May 17, 2019 Hello all, So over a year ago I entered into a payment plan after I was summoned. I missed my payment this month, and the firm who was assigned by the creditor, emailed me today saying I have 7 days to make my payment or they'll "proceed with all post-judgment remedies." So my question is... I am going to make my payment obviously. But my question is... I don't work at the moment, nor do I have any bank accounts for them to come after. What could they even take at that point? Also I should note that they currently are still processing the state tax garnishment so I don't think they can even double down and garnish something else..even if I had something for them to take. I only owe $330 too and I do own my truck... but it's over 10yrs old and values at probably $18k or so.. and I know they can't take that over $330 lol. Pretty ridiculous to even hound someone over that small amount. So I'm just curious what they could even get.. This is in Michigan by the way. Thank you, any help and info would be greatly appreciated Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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