How to Collect Judgment Payments
You recently went through the hassle of court and are now trying to collect your debt. That doesn’t mean that you will be able to easily. You may need a judgment agency to help you get the money that is coming to you if you aren’t having luck on your own. If you are wondering how to collect judgment payments against someone who owes you money, read the following tips and ideas.
Certified Mail and Wage Garnishment
You may need to send several letters before your debtor decides to pay you. Make sure you send your letters by certified mail so you know they got them as they will have to sign for them. Many debtors will repay the debt when they see it in writing. Be sure that you clearly state how much they owe you and how they can repay you so that it is easier for you to get your cash.
You can also look into the laws of your state concerning wage garnishment. If you are allowed to, the employer of the debtor will take off a certain amount to be sent directly to you before they even see their paycheck.
Reasons Debtors Don’t Pay
Many debtors will not acknowledge that they owe money. They may ignore calls and bills from you no matter how many times you try and get in touch with them. Some really do want to pay but simply do not have the money to put aside towards additional debt.
Use a Debt Collector
If you are still wondering how to collect judgment payments and don’t know what else to try, contact a judgment collection agency such as ourselves. We can take action that will get you your money owed much quicker and easier. You won’t have to do the work or worry about trying to contact your debtor when we handle the debt ourselves. Many debtors will not pay the debt no matter how hard you try, so selling it to an agency is usually your best course of action. If you do get the money, you’ll be ahead even more. Sell us your judgment debt and let us handle the rest!