La Palma, California
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I NEVER RECEIVED A LETTER OR SUMMONS FROM MIDLAND, NOW THEY ARE TAKING 25 PERCENT FROM MY CHECK, I NEVER GOT THE CHANCE TO APPEAR IN COURT OR ANYTHING, CAN ANYONE LET ME KNOW IF SOMETHING CAN BE DONE ABOUT THIS, I CANT AFFORD 25 PERCENT TAKING OUT OF MY CHECK, THE CUSTOMER SERVICE REP WAS NOT EVEN WILLING TO WORK WITH ME OR TO MAKE ANY OTHER ARRANGEMENTS BECAUSE SHE SAID THEY HAVE ALREADY STARTED GARNISHING MY CHECK, THAT IS NOT MY FAULT SINCE I NEVER RECEIVED ANYTHING STATING THAT I NEEDED TO APPEAR IN COURT OR THEY WOULD GARNISH MY WAGES

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Anonymous
#159836

WHAT STATE DO YOU LIVE IN THAT ALLOWS GARNISHMENT OF WAGES & YOUR BANK ACCOUNT. THE ONLY FORCE I KNOW THAT HAS TO POWER TO GARNISH IS THE IRS & CHILD SUPPORT..IE THE GOVERNMENT.

Anonymous
#103777

oh wow, something horrible just happened to us tday too...we had $1850 taken form our checking account today without any notice or court order at all!!! i am not debating owing the money but ***, i didnt get any notice or anything...what can i do?? the bank can't help, says they just have to follow the law and give it to them

Anonymous
#84203

we are currently going through the same thing with them. they have said address is unknow but yet we got something from their lawyer. plus if they dont have the address why wasn't he served at work they know where he works if they are taking money from his check

Anonymous
#82617

THANKS MARLA, I DID WRITE THE JUDGE TO LET HER NO THAT MIDLAND HADNT SENT ME ANYTHING AND THAT I COULDNT AFFORD THE 25 PERCENT COMING OUT OF MY CHECK, I GOT A COURT DATE FROM THE JUDGE IN 2 DAYS FOR A MOTION, SHE WAS REALLY NICE AND THEY DID REDUCE MY PAYMENT

Anonymous
#79744

Check with the courthouse and ask to see who, when and where the summons was served. Midland is a scavener collector and they do dirty things like have a Summons served to a place you do not live at, that way they get a default judgment because you did not appear in court. You can petition to have the judgement vacated because you were improperly served.

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