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My past credit card company sent me a subpoena for a $800 debt. I lost my job in 2009 and was not able to make payments. I called the company and explained that my unemployment compensation would not be enough for me to cover the payments. My limit was about $300. They continued to charge me and would nott close out the account. I am no longer receiving unemployment nor do I have a job at this time. What should I expect at the hearing? Do I have to pay the full $800 or will I be able to make a settlement for less? I also recently got married. Would they be able to garnish my husband's bank account? Most of the debt are their crazy fees. Do I have any chance on fighting this?As far as paying a lump sum, I will not have any extra money to do so until about a week after our scheduled hearing.
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