Q: Your web site has a picture of someone being “shaken down”. That is not a professional image – it reminds me of shady lawyers and bill collectors. Why do you have that awful picture on your web site?
A: That picture shows a reality. Shadiness goes both ways – the average debtor is more likely to be shady than the average creditor.
Enforcing judgments is rarely voluntary. Debtors often get “shaken up” when Judgment Enforcers (JEs) take assets they thought would never be found – even years later.
Most enforcers like to have fun while doing the best they can to both encourage debtors to see the light (and pay) – and also to navigate the difficult (and expensive for all parties) path to find and seize the assets of judgment debtors that resist paying.
For those of you who did not know, at the top of the screen from left to right, the first lady represent JudgmentBuy.com. The other two ladies are Judgment Enforcers or lawyers. The guy standing off to the right of your screen with a puzzled smirk on his face is the Judgment debtor. I bet you can guess who the three ladies are talking about – getting money from the judgment debtor.