What is a bank attachment and how does it work?
A bank attachment is a form of collection measures allowed by the NC General Statutes. It is served on your bank for outstanding taxes due.
Your bank then places a hold on your accounts for ten (10) days or until they have been notified by the tax office that the debt has been paid in full.
If your bill is not paid in full before the ten (10) day period ends, the bank is required by law to remit the amount of the attachment to the tax department.

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1. Why have you turned my account over for foreclosure?
2. Why do I have to pay attorney fees?
3. Where can I get information regarding Onslow County tax foreclosure properties?
4. I have received a notice of bank attachment. Can I still pay the taxes to avoid having my bank account attached?
5. When the bank processed the bank attachment they deducted more from my account than the amount shown on the notice. What do I need to do?
6. What is a bank attachment and how does it work?
7. Why is my tax bill not covered in my bankruptcy?
8. Can I make payment arrangements if I am in bankruptcy?
9. I am in bankruptcy. Why am I still getting notices?
10. Can my house be foreclosed on for delinquent taxes while I am in bankruptcy?