A few months ago I got a letter from an attorney's office regarding a clothing store credit card. I have been making monthly payments to them but I just realized that I havent made July's payment yet. I am curious what would happen if I mailed a payment today but they dont receive it until next week. Can they do anything like garnish my wages because they dont have a payment for July yet? Does an attorney have more power then a CA? I am concerned.....Thanks!
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