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In California. The DMV contracts with the IRS to attack Bank Accounts. We do not call them the Gestapo here for nothing. In the past the IRS would FREEZE ALL ACCOUNTS though the IRS for a late Registration. When I went into the DMV about this issue the lady at the desk said I could file the paperwork to dispute the issue but I would lose. They then put a scrap/non op on the file after they got my registration fees and penalties.
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In 1997 I sold a Jeep for $5,000.00 cash. The guy never took care of the paperwork. Two years later I was out to lunch with Clients. I went to pay and was informed my Debit Cards would not work. I do not use Credit Cards.
I called the Bank and they said the IRS had locked down ALL 4 of my accounts.
I went in to see what was up after the embarrassment off the lunch hour.
I found out $18,000.00 Dollars had been locked down by the IRS for the CA DMV over $242.00 Dollars owed on this Registration. I went to the DMV and they did have the sales info. we sent in and my accounts were unlocked.
Remember, It is NOT your money. The Government just let's you use what is left over from what they did not steal. If they need it bad enough they will just go in and take it.
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I sold a bike awhile back. Sent in the release of liability, but DMV must have lost it. About two years later I got a registration renewal. They made me send in a new release of liability. A few months afterwards I got a couple of notices explaining that my wages could be garnished if I didn't pay for the reg. After the 3rd time, DMV finally "got" my release of liability. The government will try to steal your money anyway that they can.