I have a loan out with Check N Go and they called me telling that I have two days to clear the matter over a check that just got returned or they will move to their collection department which wil garnish my wages. I called back and told them they needed a court order to garnish my wages. They responded in my contract that they could do so if I did not pay. I'm in AZ. Is this possible? I thought even if it is in a contract, they would need to get an order from a judge which of course, a lawsuit needs to be filled and the defendent properly served.
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