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dwarfess wrote:Citibank went after my daughter and got a default judgment for $2475 in Dec 2000 at 21.6% interest per year. Judgment has dropped off CR so nothing is being reported anymore. However, In WA state a creditor has 10 years to collect on a judgment and can have the judgment extended for another 10 years. Anyone know if Citibank actually pursues judgment extensions? If so, my daughter has no chance of ever getting out of debt since she cannot afford to pay this judgment due to the accumulated interest.Good news is that she never ever hears from them . . . no phone calls, no letters, nothing.
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