Re: CA trying to get info from new creditor. How to object?
It sounds as though the judgment creditor (plaintiff) is looking for employment information and banking information so they can start garnishment.
What she needs to do is verify the privacy terms in her new credit card agreement as regard to court orders (subpoenas). I am willing to bet the information is exempt from privacy protection in both criminal and civil matters and must be disclosed.
I would be more worried about the garnishment then the credit card being cancelled, the new CC company must have see the judgment and/or C/O on her credit report(s) and issued the card anyway.
She should research garnishment laws in her state as well as alterative banking options as it sounds as though she could be looking at Writs of Garnishment within months.
Now as for objecting to the subpoena please note I am NOT a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV – this is purely an idea based on a VERY quick Google search.
Is the subpoena issued from the correct court (the court had issued the judgment) and can it be used out of state? For example I am in Michigan – my new CC is incorporated in Delaware can a subpoena from MI be used in DE?
She should start research information subpoenas for her state, as well as her privacy terms for the new CC.
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