I could use some advice on what steps I should take. I revoked Paydayavenue's authorization to garnish my wages and notified the responsible person in my company's payroll department. Today I received notifcation from payroll that they have received the garnishment from paydayavenue and if I do not provide my company a letter of full release from paydayavenue by Monday, they will take the garnishment out of my paycheck. Obviously, I am not going to get a release from paydayavenue.
What can I do to stop my company from deducting this garnishment? I corresponded with the person in payroll at the beginning of July letting them know that it was a voluntary authorization that I had revoked and that they may see something come through, and now it has finally hit.
As I only have 3 working days left to respond to my employer, I would appreciate any advice. Thanks!
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