06-17-2008 07:54 AM
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It would appear that there is a lot more to this dilemma then what is stated.
If you currently are re-paying your obligation as agreed by contract, the freezing of your checking and savings account by the same people that you have a contract with appears to be improper.
I would highly recommend that you obtain the services of an attorney as soon as possible.
06-17-2008 01:31 PM
06-17-2008 05:33 PM
landocalrissian wrote:A creditor/attorneys froze my bank accounts. This is related to private student loans in excess of 32,000 dollars. I also have fed loans and interest in excess of 200, 000 dollars. The creditor that seized my accounts I have been paying on time and didnt miss a payment since I have been paying the city marshall and they still freezed them anyway. My paychecks get directly deposited in these accounts. I talked to a rep and explained the situation. He said that they can still go after my accounts despite the fact that I have been paying them. I am at a loss. I am waiting to here back from the rep. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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06-17-2008 06:26 PM
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