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alloyd_85

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Sub: wage garnishment
Sat, 28/06/2008 03:13

I've been getting garnished for a car accident I was in. I looked up the case on the court system to see how much the suit was for. And the garnishment total was forced to pay has come and gone yet I'm still having money taken out from this garnishee.what should I do?



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FloridaRon
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Sub: #1 Yeah, but then how do you get back the amount that was overpaid?Sat, 06/28/2008 - 03:13



Yeah, but then how do you get back the amount that was overpaid? I bet that's fun to do!

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Sub: #2 It's possible that the fault rests with your payroll department,Fri, 06/27/2008 - 19:22



It's possible that the fault rests with your payroll department, rather than with the courts. Often when garnishments are sent to employers, there is a total amount due listed. If this was the case, then maybe your payroll department has just not realized that your garnishment is satisfied. You might want to ask them to check their copy of the garnishment and see if it shows a total before you contact the court.


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Sub: #3 Contact the clerk of courts, also say something to your payroll Fri, 06/27/2008 - 18:35



Contact the clerk of courts, also say something to your payroll person, they usually have a record of the amount of payments you've made. Also, don't forget to figure the interest & court costs into the amount. :)

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