Your Judgment and Bankruptcy

I am not a lawyer, I am a Judgment Broker. This is my opinion and a summary of what I have learned and observed. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer (See our National Lawyer State Bar List). (Especially for bankruptcy issues.) Bankruptcy (BK) is a set of federal laws. These laws allow (and sometimes […]

You put this on my Credit Report?

Q: The judgment enforcer put this on my credit report! What gives them that right? A: This is standard result of judgment enforcement actions. judgment enforcers usually gave you 30 days to pay them, or simply contact them by mail, email, fax, or phone. You ignored their notices to you, and their invitation for you to […]

They hit my Bank Account again?

Q: A judgment enforcer hit my bank account, and I then agreed to start paying them monthly. They promised not to hit my bank account again for 6 months, yet they took all my money again just 1 month later, right after I sent them a monthly payment as we agreed – why did they […]

You didn’t Tell Me Money Was Taken?

Q: My debtor called me, and said the judgment enforcer took money from their bank account (and/or) wages – why didn’t the judgment enforcer tell me? A: The Judgment Enforcer (JE) would have told you soon. There is a long delay between when the Sheriff takes assets – and when the JE gets a check. […]

You Cleaned out my Bank Account!

Q: A Judgment Enforcer cleaned out my bank account! – I can’t pay my rent! What kind of people are you guys? – Why would someone do that to me? A: The Judgment Enforcer’s job (and legal right) is to enforce this judgment against you. It is not personal – it is business. This is because […]

Writ Of Execution

I am a Judgment Broker, and am not a lawyer. My articles are my opinions, and not legal advice. If you ever need any legal advice or a strategy to use, please contact a lawyer. An execution of a judgment is the process that begins when a judgment owner hires an official officer of the […]

Writing Paid In Full On Checks

What happens when a judgment owner or an assignee of record (a judgment enforcer) has a judgment debtor who claims that they owe less than what you and the court both agree the debtor owes? When this happens, the most likely reasons are: 1) The judgment debtor is lying or misinformed. Politely tell them to […]

Work At Home Scams

Because I am a Judgment Broker, and my successful work-at-home business is 100% online, I am online as often as a teenager. I have learned about a wide variety of work-at-home scams, and a few real (not a scam) work-at-home jobs. In this article, “real” means there is a person, or a valid entity owning […]

Will you take my judgment?

Will JudgmentBuy take my judgment? Usually yes because JudgmentBuy is the solution for all enforceable judgments. Every Judgment Enforcer (JE), contingency lawyer, or collection agency has their own policies – and every judgment is unique. JudgmentBuy usually accepts and/or lists almost every (enforceable) civil and small claims judgments – worldwide. If your judgment is very […]

Will you spam me?

Q: If I email you, or send you a judgment to look at – will you keep bugging me if I decide not to use you? Will you keep calling me? Will you send me spam? A: JudgmentBuy does not spam anyone, and we do not bug anyone except those jealous of our success. If […]