I received a letter 2011 that I owned and awe $ on a Vehicle since 2007 which I never owed and went to DMV and asked and tey can't tell me anything but to call a 1800 number that they Hardly answer, Then I send letters to.DMV and Tax franchise cause they keep taking my state tax check and copies of DMV printout and Never heard a Response or letter I went to there Investigations centers and tey also don't know that I have to wait but this is the 2nd time they tried to garnish my checks what can I do?????????
I am not 100% clear as to what is going on with your issue. It appears that the DMV is taking out money for an uncertain reason for a car that you have not owned. It appears that you have gone to the DMV and basically had little to no luck getting anywhere. With the limited amount of information you have provided and I also assume the limited amount of information you actually know it would be almost impossible for any attorney to answer to get a resolution in your matter. What it seems is you need a place to start. I would first get all the paperwork you have and call the DMV at 1-800-777-0133. If they are unable to guide you I would look for an attorney that would review your information pro bono.
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This sounds like you may be at the point where you should hire an attorney to get involved, to stop them from garnering wages and get back money owed to you...particularly as it appears that the DMV is making you run in circles. Call an attorney in your area to discuss in more detail .
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