Now for a real anwser to your question. The amount that they are suing you for is probably late fees, interest, and legal fees which they do have to right to collect on. They are taking you to court and will be able to back up their claim.
Originally Posted by CPerryM
Yes, they should be able to garnish you paypal account if they are awarded a judgment and yes the court can compel you to give them your account information. If you don't answer the suit, you may be held in contempt of court. You don't have a choice.
Just out of curiosity, when is the date of last activity on this debt? In NY the SOL for credit cards (open accounts) is 6 years for the DOLA. If your debt is older than 6 years you can use this defense in court.
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