Ok, thank you for the extra information.
It is possible, but very difficult
, to stop a wage garnishment of this type once the creditor (the credit card company) has received a writ of garnishment in court, which they had to do prior to your employer garnishing your wages. Once a writ of garnishment has been issued, your employer has no choice but to follow the instructions in the court order, so you may instead take the following course.
You may file a "claim of exception" with the court that ordered the garnishment. In order to gain such an exception, you will need to be able to demonstrate that, because of the garnishment, you will be unable to meet your daily needs. Although money is probably tight already because of the garnishment, you would be best served by finding an attorney experienced in wage law to assist you with such a filing.
Another option, although it should be a measure of last resort, is to file for bankruptcy, as this would free you from creditor obligation.
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