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 Can credit card companies take your assets?

Answer On One Hand: Yes, Legally They CanAny business or person who you owe money can sue you in court and receive a legal judgment ordering you to pay the money. If you have been found legally to owe ano... Read More »
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Can credit card companies take your purchases if you can't pay the card?

A credit card company can submit negative information to the credit bureaus and take you to court if you default on your credit obligation. But the company cannot confiscate items that you purchase... Read More »
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Can credit card companies take your income tax refund?

Credit card companies can garnish an income tax return if a judgment has been filed. They also have the power to file a judgment with the state to put a freeze on a delinquent debtor's bank account... Read More »
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How long does it take for credit card companies to sue for nonpayment?

A credit card company may sue someone for nonpayment after the account has been charged off, which can occur after six months of nonpayment. When the account has been charged off, a company may sue... Read More »
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Can credit card companies call your work?

According to the Debt Collection Practices Act, a debt collector cannot call you before 8 a.m., after 9 p.m., or at your place of business if your employer does not approve of the incoming calls. ... Read More »
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