I have default judgement against me...motion to set aside will be heard 10/29/18. We had a judgement debtors hearing ... In only have a reloadable debit card at Wal-Mart drawn on greenbank..i told plaintiff about the card at Wal-Mart but not the account number or the card number.
The "Writ of Execution" is the document that the court issues to the judgment creditor that allows the creditor to pursue collection of the judgment. From there, a levying officer can serve a "Notice of Levy" on a bank. The Notice of Levy does not require an account number -- it can seek to levy all accounts owned by the judgment debtor. If you don't have a traditional bank or credit union account, I doubt the creditor will be able to get access to your money. However check with Walmart regarding whether the "reloadable debit card" is the type of account that can be levied.
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Bank Levy can seek to execute upon assets with Name, Account Number or Social Security Number. Unlikely that the pre-paid card will be attached.
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