1. Write letter to the creditor and your employer
First, fill out Letters to Creditor and Employer to Stop a Wage Assignment. Print the letters, and sign and date them. Then, make 2 copies of them.
2. Mail the letters
Keep one copy of each of the 2 letters for your records. Then, go to the post office and mail the original copy of the letter addressed to the creditor by certified mail, return receipt requested. Also, put one copy of the letter addressed to your employer in the envelope you are sending to the creditor.
Do the same thing for the letter addressed to the employer. Send the original letter to your employer, with a copy of the letter you sent to the creditor. Mail them by certified mail, return receipt requested.
The postal service will return the green certified mail receipt to you when the letters are delivered to the creditor and your employer. Keep the green receipt as proof that the letters were received.
Updated: August 2017