SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT COURT . . . . A fuel supplier’s customer’s willingness to pay its debts ran dry. Despite the supplier’s many calls and letters, the debtor just stayed silent. The supplier decided that enough was enough and contacted us in late August 2018. In early September we were in court and sought and obtained … Continue reading Client Success Story – A fuel supplier’s customer’s willingness to pay its debts ran dry. Despite the supplier’s many calls and letters, the debtor just stayed silent.
ESSEX SUPERIOR COURT . . . . A lumber supplier’s customer splinters away from the paying flock. After others tried to collect the account for a year, the supplier contacts us. After reviewing the credit application and personal guaranty, we prepare the complaint and file suit. We seek and obtain an ex parte attachment on … Continue reading Client Success Story – A lumber supplier’s customer splinters away from the paying flock. After others tried to collect the account for a year, the supplier contacts us.
HAVERHILL DISTRICT COURT . . . . Ever have a customer who accepts your merchandise and then doesn’t pay. A shed company had just that problem. It had delivered a shed to its customer after receiving an initial credit card deposit. Following delivery, the customer tendered a check drawn on a closed bank account and … Continue reading Client Success Story – Ever have a customer who accepts your merchandise and then doesn’t pay. A shed company had just that problem.
MIDDLESEX SUPERIOR COURT…. A Bank had a low seven figure deficiency balance from a foreclosure. Its foreclosure attorney did not do deficiency collections, so the Bank called us. We immediately reviewed the extensive file and then drafted comprehensive collection suit which sought to attach the debtor’s real estate, freeze his bank accounts and reach and … Continue reading Client Success Story – A Bank had a low seven figure deficiency balance from a foreclosure. Its foreclosure attorney did not do deficiency collections, so the Bank called us.
Two suppliers sold supplies to the same corporate developer. The first suppler obtained a credit application and personal guaranty(“Good Paper Creditor”). The second obtained nothing (“No Paper Creditor”). Both allowed the developer to run up significant debts. The developer hit a rough spot and became a mutual debtor. Both suppliers contacted me. After obtaining their … Continue reading A TALE OF TWO CREDITORS – Our Aggressive and Relentless Collection Techniques Collects Six Figures Even Without Good Paperwork
If you sell materials or lend monies to a corporation which goes belly up, there is a temptation to just give up. Lots of lawyers and attorneys do. I don’t and neither should you. I immediately file suit against the corporation. Why file suit against a corporation on life support or one recently defunct, you … Continue reading When A Debtor Goes Belly Up, They Can Still Pay
A shipping company hired an out-of-state carrier to deliver its merchandise. The out-of-state carrier damaged the merchandise during the shipment and then refused to pay for the damages which were in excess of $20,000.00. After searching for an experience Boston commercial debt collection lawyer, the shipping company called me. I immediately reviewed the file and … Continue reading Damaged During Shipping, Who Pays?
Boston – A produce supplier’s customer slowly starts making late and then stops making any payments. The customer starts displaying tell-tale signs of deadbeatitis – – “creative” and/or cliché excuses followed by communication black-outs followed by promises of payment which are quickly broken. Frustrated with the slowly rotting debt, the produce supplier calls me. After … Continue reading Tell-tale Signs of Deadbeat Debtor
A small Massachusetts’ independent consultant provided services to an out-of-state client. Its client accepted almost $25,000.00 worth of services from the consultant without complaint, yet refused to pay the consultant claiming it was having financial hardship. The independent consultant, fed up with getting taken advantage of by the out-of-state company, hired me! The Massachusetts consultant’s … Continue reading Out of State Debt Collection
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