What can they do to me for credit card default of $17,000?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If the debt is proper, they can sue you in the county where you live. If they obtain judgment, they can garnish your wages, execute on your bank accounts, and/or have the judgment become a lien on real property that you own or have an interest in. There can be many defenses to a credit card debt law suit. You might consult directly with a civil practice attorney as to the specific facts of your situation, prior to being sued. Many attorneys offer a free or low cost initial consultation. Gather your paperwork, and go see one in your area..