I received a judgement letter. The judgement was in 2007, I do not know what this judgement was for. I have contacted the plaintiff, which is he is an attorney several times no one answer, and no one call me back. I was working oversea from 2004 to 2014, I have no idea what happened or what is going on. The judgement been accrued interest of all these years and the amount is about $68,000, and he is trying to levy my bank account. How can i fight this in court, is it too late? I have a feeling my ID was compromised during those years.
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