Hello, I am battling ZIP19 at the moment over a Wage Assignment they are holding against me. I haven't received anything from ZIP19 about it ( but I guess it was in the contract ) I didn't know they had done this until my employer sent me a page about it. It says I owe $549 and some change. I haven't paid them anything back and I HAVE sent the "Revocation of Wage Assignment" letter to them along with a copy to my HR dept and the Payroll dept. I got a response back from my payroll dept saying that they would need a "Release" letter from the creditor before they could stop the deductions, I guess in other words the "Revocation" letter I had sent doesn't mean anything. I found out about the letter on here and sent it but I guess that doesn't really work. I don't know. I don't know what else to do. This is an "assignment" not a court ordered "garnishment" and I am the Head of Household in Florida. Why would my job need a "release" letter from them if this is not court ordered? The first payment is supposed to come out of my check in 2 days, I guess they will just get the money then..... :confused:
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