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it sounds like a default judgment and a lien on that basis, right?
Its when plaintiff sues, and without you getting a chance to answer or defend, gets an order in his favor called a judgment.
It then uses that to freeze bank accounts. You can deal with this in a couple of ways.
1. contact the creditor and work out a settlement. 2. file a motion in court to lift the restraint and judgment due to lack of notice.
Kindly let me know if that is clear and helpful.
Please let me know, thanks