It is a collection account from 2003. Never had a judgment against me or anything like that. A new collection agency contacted me in Feb and now they are saying they will garnish my wages after 6 months from the time they contacted me.
Also, it was for a Dell Computer
Dell Financial Services charged off my account in 2006
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX have one more question. If they continue to contact me, do I need to just ignore it or how can I get them to leave me alone?
Can they sue me over an account that has been charged off?
Ok, thank you. If they decide to sue, can they garnish the wages from a Social Security Disability check? Last question, I promise.
Thank you so much. You have been more than helpful and I am going to give you the best rating. Also, if I ever have another question I will ask for you specifically. I cannot thank you enough.
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