Dear Friends, I am now dealing with Gerald Moore and Associates regarding a delinquent 2,000.00 Capital One credit card. Prior to seven months ago as a 47 year women I had excellent credit, and I will be able to pay my 3 bills of by September 8th, due to moneys coming out of a sale of a home. But the company will have me served today at work, which in my business I will be fired. I have documentation showing a death in my family as well as documentations showing I will be receiving these moneys. But they hung up on me today saying unless they have money today since it is 6 months past due I will be served today and have my wages attached, rathing than waiting until the 8th, even though I've offered my routing number and account number. Is this legal? They are being so rude, I just feel like quiting now, because being served at work, and having wages attached due to bad credit will definitely produce the same results. Is there anything I can do, or should I just quit and run for the hills?
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