Relentless Collection Tactics

FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES CAN HELP YOU COLLECT YOUR MONEY

FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES CAN HELP YOU COLLECT YOUR MONEY SUFFOLK —- An internet service provider’s out-of-state debtor decides that it does not want to pay its bill. Fortunately, the provider’s contract contains a forum selection clause allowing for suit to be filed in Massachusetts. The provider hires me and I immediately began work. The debtor … Continue reading FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES CAN HELP YOU COLLECT YOUR MONEY

PERSISTANCE + RELENTLESS PURSUIT TO COLLECT BAD DEBT = PAYDAY

PERSISTANCE + RELENTLESS PURSUIT TO COLLECT BAD DEBT = PAYDAY A plumbing supplier’s customer hit hard times in 2008. When the customer went silent, the supplier called me. I immediately filed suit and sought and obtained ex parte attachments. Unfortunately, the attachments seized no assets. When the defendant failed to file an answer, I then … Continue reading PERSISTANCE + RELENTLESS PURSUIT TO COLLECT BAD DEBT = PAYDAY

We Collect Old Commercial Debts

Middlesex Superior Court… A  supplier’s former customer didn’t pay its bill of approximately $47,000.00 for almost four years. The supplier held the mistaken belief that only written off bad debt could be sent to collections. Fortunately, the supplier wrote off the debt before the expiration of the UCC four-year statute of limitations.  Not wanting to allow … Continue reading We Collect Old Commercial Debts

Experienced Massachusetts Collection Attorney

Experienced Collection Attorney v.  Collection Agency — You Decide An out of state supplier is owed monies from a Massachusetts corporation (“debtor”). Despite numerous emails from the debtor promising payment, nothing happened. After reviewing our website, the supplier contacted us. After the initial discussion, the supplier had to decide between hiring a collection agency charging … Continue reading Experienced Massachusetts Collection Attorney

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When Should You Turn Over An Account to a Collections Attorney?

Determining when to turn over an account to a collections attorney is a dilemma every credit manager encounters. On the one hand, all businesses live and die on sales. On the other, selling products and services without getting paid is a recipe for disaster. With over thirty years of commercial debt collection experience, our general … Continue reading When Should You Turn Over An Account to a Collections Attorney?

Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery

Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery SUPERIOR COURT —-  A plumber stiffed its supplier for over $40,000.00. Instead of calling just any third party collector to chase the debt, the supplier called me – an experienced AV Rated commercial debt collection attorney in Massachusetts. The plumber had signed a credit … Continue reading Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery

Seasoned Commercial Litigator Efficiently Resolves Business Disputes

Seasoned Commercial Litigator Efficiently Resolves Business Disputes   I have successfully resolved numerous contract and business  disputes. Whether involving contract, construction, commercial real estate or shareholder issues, I have over thirty years of experience of effectively advancing my clients’ interests. I am a seasoned negotiator and litigator. I work hard to make sure that I … Continue reading Seasoned Commercial Litigator Efficiently Resolves Business Disputes

Aggressive Debt Collection Lawyer — Recover Bad Debts and Delinquent Accounts Receivables

  With over thirty years of experience as an aggressive debt collection attorney, I can assist you in collecting your bad debt. The war story below reports how as an aggressive debt collections lawyer I collected a bad business debt for my client. BOSTON…. A food wholesaler’s customer no longer returns telephone calls and is … Continue reading Aggressive Debt Collection Lawyer — Recover Bad Debts and Delinquent Accounts Receivables

How to Avoid Deadbeatitus Using Ex Parte Bank Attachments

 In Massachusetts, the legislature enacted a statute and the Courts have created rules which allow a creditor in certain circumstances to obtain  ex parte bank attachments. Ex parte means without notice to the debtor. If a creditor can demonstrate by a sworn statement under oath that those conditions are met, a court, prompted by proper advocacy, … Continue reading How to Avoid Deadbeatitus Using Ex Parte Bank Attachments