A service vendor is owed approximately $6,600 from an out of state customer. When the customer morphs into a deadbeat claiming that it is in financial difficulty, the vendor calls me. In the vendor’s contract, its customer had agreed to subject itself to being sued in Massachusetts. This is called a forum selection clause and … Continue reading We Collect Debt, Even if Your Customer is Out of State
So a client owes you a ridiculous amount of money, and while your in-house AR department is doing all they can, the client simply refuses to pay. In order to stop wasting time and money, it’s time to call the legal services of a knowledgeable commercial debt collection attorney. But not just any attorney, a … Continue reading 5 Things to Ask Your Boston Collections Lawyer Before You Retain Them
On the first day, my client, an international supplier of floral supplies, hired me to collect the principal sum of almost $160,000.00 from one of its customers. After researching the debtor’s assets, which included an online search of the registry of deeds, I located property owned by the debtor. On the seventh day, I sent … Continue reading Collections Attorney Collects $150,000.00
M.G.L. c. 223 § 2 states in which venue suit may be brought in a commercial debt collection. It affords a District Court personal jurisdiction over a defendant if the court’s judicial district adjoins the judicial district where one of the parties or one of the alleged trustees lives or has a usual place of … Continue reading Where to Bring Suit-Tactical Implications of Venue
A plumbing supplier’s long time customer was behind in payments to the tune of more than $30,000. The supplier never had the debtor fill out a credit application or personal guaranty which should have included an interest and attorneys fees clause. It did, however, include those provisions in its invoices and statements. When the debtor refused … Continue reading Attorney Collects $90,000.00.