I live in NE. I have had a levy against me; my checking account. They took $105.02. Silly me--I thought they could only do this once. It happened on my next payday and they froze over $1000.00. I have checks bouncing left and right.
The question I have to everyone is; I am married. My debt is a credit card. Due to unemployment, car accident and medical bills. But the Card is only in my name. How can they place a hold on the checking account in both our names when my husband is not involved? What can I do? We have auto withdrawals, insurance, mortgage, etc. Do I close the account. We have had this bank for 18 years. Honestly, I'm ashamed and very depressed because I've dragged my husband's good credit through the mud.
Please help me as I don't know what to do. I'm so far in debt I can't get out. And now this levy has made it worse. And the sad thing is--I make more than my husband as he is not doing very well.
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