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What must we reveal to an attorney trying to collect an employee’s debt?

02/10/2020

Q: “Are we required to comply with an attorney’s request for employee status, wage, position, hours, and if currently under garnishment? This came from an attorney with the statement that ‘this communication is from a debt collector and is an attempt to collect a debt.’ What is the state statute regarding employers need to comply? – Judy, Minnesota

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