I just received a certified letter from Avantis Financial notifying my employer that they have
obtained a Garnishee summons (continuing lien)
from small claims court. THey already put a judgement against me. THey filed it on 10/24/09
$390.00 plus court fees. I had made a agreement
with them to pay but unforseen circumstances
came up and I was unable to pay. I sent them C&D
letters but they ignore them. I had several payday
loans in which were illegal and pay them above the
loans in fees. But this one did not. I just sent
them $100.00 in a money order by Fed ex. Please
help me. Can they do this? I told them it is illegal
in New Jersey for payday loans but they could care
less. Someone told me to file a motion to vacate.
That means I have to go to SD?? Please someone
guide me. Thanks
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