SUPERIOR COURT – – – – In 2010, a private lender obtained a judgment against its debtors in a New York court. The debtors owned assets in New York and Massachusetts. The debtors had promised to make payment and then defaulted leaving a principal judgment amount of approximately $75,000.00. After its attorneys had struggled to … Continue reading Aggressive Debt Collection In Action
Massachusetts District Court – – – A supplier hired me to collect an outstanding debt. Like usual, I immediately filed suit, obtained an attachment and won judgment. Despite obtaining a judgment against the corporation and the individual guarantors, the corporation was defunct and the individual guarantors did not have the ability to make monthly payments. … Continue reading Patience Can Result in Bad Debt Recovery
Superior Court… A supplier’s customer over time ostensibly became a close friend. However instead of treating his supplier as a close friend, the customer chose to pay all of its other debtors first! After repeated unfulfilled promises, the supplier called me. I immediately filed suit seeking to attach the debtor’s bank account and real estate. … Continue reading A Real Estate Attachment Helps Collect Bad Debt
CALL THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS CALL TO COLLECT DEBT SUPERIOR COURT – An attorney’s commercial client racks up a $70,000.00 bill and then fails to pay any of the monies owed. After the three years statute of limitations had run on a potential malpractice claim, the attorney turned to me to collect the debt. I immediately began … Continue reading CALL THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS CALL TO COLLECT DEBT
Aggressive Commercial Debt Collection Plus Properly Perfected Mechanic’ Liens Can Pay Off Barnstable … A building materials supplier sold drywall to a contractor who suddenly stopped paying. To save money, the supplier hired an online lien company to prepare and record its mechanic’s liens. When it came time to engage in aggressive commercial debt collection … Continue reading Aggressive Commercial Debt Collection = KA-CHING !!