Why Judgement Collection is the Best Option
You were probably relieved when the court granted you a judgement against an individual who owes you a debt and won’t pay up. Unfortunately, the hard part of the situation is just beginning. Many debtors will still refuse to pay their debts, even when there has been a court-ordered settlement in your favor. It may be time to call our company for judgement collection services.
Collections Ideas to Try First
There are a few things you can try before selling your debt. Wage garnishment is one avenue you may take to get the money that the debtor owes you. By doing so, the employer of the debtor will have a portion of their check sent directly to you right off the top. Unfortunately, this results in smaller payments over long periods of time. Additionally, many debtors jump from job to job, forcing you to go through the process time and again. Some will even work under the table to avoid having their wages garnished, to begin with.
Another way to try and collect on your debt is a real estate lien. A lien is placed against any property the debtor owns; however, the debtor will have to sell the property first in order for you to collect on your debt. There may even be other parties who are holding a claim against the debtor, so you could potentially have to wait until others are paid before you see any of your money.
Call a Debt Collector Today
Our judgement collection services will take fast action to help you get the money your debtor owes you. Our company uses legal means that have worked time and again. Instead of waiting for years to get your cash, call us today. You’ll get money upfront and will no longer need to worry about how and when you will collect the debt.
A large percentage of judgements are never actually collected on. Those that are settled are done so for a lot less than the original amount, as well. It makes sense to give us a call and sell your debt to us today. Don’t waste any more time trying to force someone to pay you when they have no intention of doing so.
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