Don't speak on something if you don't know what you're talking about.
the only difference is a giant corp can simply say "hey sorry we didn't pay earlier" when if a consumer tried to do that we would have more penalties placed upon us.
Whose wages? If you win against Equifax, Equifax isn't getting a wage. Equifax is paying wages, but you didn't win a suit against its employees. You won against the corporation.
place a levy on their bank account
Seems like your best bet. However, this might be complicated, depending on how they've distributed their assets. Quick, can you tell me the name of the bank, the account number and the exact name on the account?
placing a sheriff in their area of business
Seems to me that Equifax might just keep draining your account through continued fees.
submit to a collections agency
I suspect this might be satisfying in its symbolism, but not necessarily effective against Equifax.
Seems like good advice.
perpetuating this mindset that the average consumer is too weak to do anything to these corporations and individuals who hurt them through the court system is nonsense and needs to be avoided. From the article posted below (where my other comment is):
"Allen then reported to a local branch of the bank with sheriff’s deputies, who he instructed to remove cash from the tellers’ drawers, furniture, computers and other property. Approximately one hour later, the Naples News reports, the bank manager produced a check for $5,772.88 to satisfy Allen’s fees and additional costs."
You have a lot more power than you think against corporations and people through our court systems. even small claims courts.