Unfortunately you may not be able to do anything until the court date. On the day that you appear you can present all your proofs. there is obviously an error on one of the ends. First verify that your employer has the right account number to which it is being sent. Then reach outto CSEU and verify the wire transfers.
In any event on the court date bring all your proofs you will have the opportunity to be heard. If you do not already have an attorney you may wish to consider retaining one.
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You can introduce your paystubs to show the money is being deducted. You can also get documents from your employer attesting to the fact the deductions are being made. You then need to follow up and find out where the money being deducted is being sent and if it is being credited to the right account. Ultimately, if the money was not remitted by your employer they are in contempt of court and will be liable for the monies deducted. Start by traking down payments made by employer, where they were sent and what account number they put on remittacne.
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