Hello again, Stacey, and thank you for providing this additional information.
This sounds like a mistake since the bank would not typically pay on your judgment, but pay the dues that accrue after ownership
passes to them.
At this point, I would typically wait to hear a response to your e-mail or, if it has been more than a week since you attempted to contact them, I would try to call them and document your call.
You will normally want to request that they file a satisfaction of judgment
if they indicate that the judgment has been satisfied since that is required to be filed with the court to show the debt has been paid and would typically relieve you from any further obligation on the debt.
If you cannot obtain a satisfactory explanation or confirm that a satisfaction of judgment is being filed, I would send a request by certified mail so you have proof you attempted to resolve this matter and reference the letter indicating you are no longer obligated to pay on the judgment.
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