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Judgment Collection - The Process Explained

  • STEP 1: Tell Us About Your Case. Your first step has two parts:
    • Fill out and submit a Case Evaluation Form, which summarizes all the pertinent details of your judgment; and
    • Send us a copy of the actual Judgment issued by the court. You may send us a copy via US mail; scan the Judgment and email it to us at caseintake@JudgmentCollect.net; or fax a copy to us (888) 677-7413. [NOTE: Please DO NOT send us the Judgment until after you’ve emailed us your Case Evaluation Form.]
  • STEP 2: Let Us Review Your Case. Once we’ve received your information, we’ll review it carefully to determine the Judgment's potential for collection. We might, during this evaluation, need to get more information from you, so it's VERY IMPORTANT to include your telephone number(s) on the Case Evaluation Form. Our case-evaluation process generally takes about 5-7 business days for us to complete. You will hear from us within this time frame, typically by telephone.
  • STEP 3: Assign Your Judgment to Us. If we decide to take your case, we'll then send you two hard-copy documents in the mail: The first is an Assignment of Judgment form, which all legal owners of the Judgment must sign and have notarized.  Upon receipt, we then file the Assignment of Judgment with the Court having jurisdiction. This document gives us the legal authority to proceed with the enforcement and collection of the Judgment. The second document is an Agreement to Purchase. This sets out all the terms of our agreement in plain English, including our compensation structure, length of the contract, termination provisions, and each party’s responsibilities.
  • STEP 4: Sit Back & Relax. You’re in good hands. Since we now "own" the judgment, it's obviously in our best interest to work just as hard as we possibly can to collect every dollar from the Debtor. We are developing a portal which will allow each client to log onto our proprietary database and specifically see the progress of our collection efforts for a particular case. Expect this to be operational by May 31, 2010!