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Does using the wrong employer information invalidate a garnishment of wages?
In 4/2010 Bank of America was awarded a judgement against me. They then
received a garnishment of wages ruling. The "job" they listed on the
garnishment papers was a website I had created but not developed. I at
one time thought to do an internet business but never proceeded with it.
So they were never able to claim any money. I have heard nothing
since. I went to try and get pre approved for a loan for a house but
this surfaced and I was denied. Where can I find out where I stand now
and what can I do? Thanks, B

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It doesn't matter they will find you

Of course you will be denied for a home loan because of any judgments since they are very damaging to your credit report. I would look to satisfy the judgment by contacting BOA collections department who owns the judgment against you. Don't try to run from this since you will never get rid of it and eventually they will fnd out where you work and take the money.

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