Wrongful Garnishments and Collections

If you have had a wrongful garnishment by the collection law firm Meyer and Njus out of Minnesota, then contact Rex Anderson PC. We have accumulated evidence that Meyer and Njus have wrongfully garnished tax refunds after already being paid in full by judgment debtors. We also have evidence that they have attempted wage garnishments after being paid in full by judgment debtors. We have found that Meyer and Njus have wrongfully reported paid off debts as still owing to Experian, Transunion and Equifax, thus wrongfully ruining innocent peoples’ credit.  These can be violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Meyer and Njus have also made misrepresentations in open court claiming that they did not get paid by the Michigan Department of Treasury (MDOT) when, in fact, they did. It is very important that you object to these wrongful garnishments, otherwise you lose your rights to get your money back and to sue them in federal court for these wrongful actions. This is not much different than stealing. This violates Michigan state laws, Michigan Rules of Professional Responsibility and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. If this has happened to you, you can collect actual and statutory damages.

Call Rex Anderson at 810-653-3300 for a free consultation today.


Collaborative Writing by Rex C. Anderson, Esquire and Contributing Research/Writing by Kellye S. Smith

About by Rex Anderson

Rex Anderson is a consumer advocate attorney who is located in Davison, Michigan. I help Michigan consumers sue debt collectors, obtain debt relief through bankruptcy and get your drivers privileges restored.


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