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    Posted: 23/January/2020 at 11:29pm
Yes, it means that the loan has been transferred to CRA TSO for recovery. 

Yes, they can proceed with legal action and obtain an execution order to seize funds from you. Do you want to get this dealt with in such a way that it won't come to this? If so, give us a call or write to us at https://solvestudentdebt.com/contact
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Yes, it means that the loan has been transferred to CRA TSO for recovery. 

Yes, they can proceed with legal action and obtain an execution order to seize funds from you. Do you want to get this dealt with in such a way that it won't come to this? If so, give us a call or write to us at https://solvestudentdebt.com/contact


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I have an outstanding Canada student loan debt which shows as transferred/sold on my credit report as of 01/2018. I am assuming this means that it has been transferred to the CRA for collection. I no longer live in Canada and have not received any correspondence about the loan. I’m hesitant to contact them. Could they garnish my US wages?
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