I am an employer calling to inform you that an employee for a garnishment for child support you sent to us is terminated. If you need to know who, please email me immediately. In the meantime, I assume you already have this information as clearly answering the phone does not matter…

A) I understand your frustration. It is important to inform the child support agency when an employee who is being garnished is terminated, so that they can update their records. I apologize that you have had difficulty getting in touch with them.

I would recommend that you send an email to the child support agency with the following information:

  • The employee’s name
  • The date of termination
  • The reason for termination

You can also include your contact information so that they can reach you if they have any questions.

I hope that this helps you to resolve the issue.

Here are some tips for dealing with a child support agency that is difficult to reach:

  • Be persistent. Don’t give up if you can’t get through on the phone. Try calling at different times of day or sending an email.
  • Be clear and concise. When you do get in touch with someone, be sure to explain the situation clearly and concisely.
  • Be patient. It may take some time to get the information you need.

I hope this helps!

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