Good evening. Before you can attach any of his assets, you must first file a claim against him for the default on the note. When you get your judgment, if he doesn't pay you, you can then attach his bank accounts and other assets and/or garnish any wages he has to collect your judgment. I will tell you this....you are going to want to simply sue for your money back...if you sue for your money plus the double your money he promised you in 90 days, you are going to run afoul of usury laws and get yourself into trouble.
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