Originally Posted by phanio
As a sole proprietor you are your business and your business is you. There is no seperation between the two. Thus, you business debts are your personal debts and your personal debts are your business debts.
My question is why does the creditor have access to your accounts - they should not. If they do, move your accounts.
Could be a lien on account and the bank is obligated under law to comply...
As was mentioned, if you are a sole proprietor there is no difference in a business account and a personal account. If a creditor has access to your account as a type of garnishment under law, then you really can't escape. However, if there is no law in place, you could move your accounts and not disclose that info to the creditors.
I am in no way endorsing bank account closure. I vote to pay your debt ASAP, and move on with your business venture.