FHIW Posted November 18, 2020 Report Share Posted November 18, 2020 Hi Everyone - Thank you in advance for any advice you have on the below matter. In 2010 FIA Card Services got a judgement against me for around $9700. They garnished over $7000 from my PNC Bank account and the rest I setup a payment plan to pay off. Recently when I went to get a loan I discovered that the judgement was still in place and for the full amount. When I went to contact the Law Firm that was on my original judgement I found out they were no longer in business. The debt was transferred to another law firm and was then under the name of Bank of America. That law firm has also gone out of business which brings me to today. The new debt is held by Barclays bank and is represented by Forester Garbus and Garbus in New Jersey. I have copies of all of the checks that I paid to the original law firm as part of my payment plan but I don't have any record of the payment that PNC Bank garnished from my accounts. When I contacted PNC they are telling me they only retain records for 7 years. I have a letter from PNC stating they garnished my accounts but it does not state the total amount or who it was sent to. Does anyone have any advice on how to proceed with this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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