The bank committed fraud against my family. We sued and the court sided with us. The bank was notified of the suit and when the judgment was entered. However, the bank has not attempted to pay at all. Even after a year and some months later we are still waiting.
They don't just pay you, you have to do certain things to force them to pay.the first things you need to do is send them an information subpoena and get a rid of execution for the county in which they are located. once you start putting a little pressure on them, they will most likely pay if you have a valid judgment against them and they have not filed an appeal. there are numerous other things you can do, but the bottom line is you have to take the first action to force their hand.
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