North Carolina  |  Credit and Debt Law

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Asked on: 8/17/12, 5:20 pm

A credit card company was about to sue me in North Carolina for a debt. To avoid extra legal fees and by some time, I entered a confession of judgement for the debt and have been making payments as required. However due to financial issues I am about to fall behind on agreed payments. With a COJ in the credit card attorneys hands, will the court grant a judgement against me? Will they be able to garnish my wages?

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