Judgment Recovery: Gaining The Rights To Collect A Judgment.

In order for you to utilize the court system to enforce a money judgment, you must first become the owner of it. Fortunately, in most states you're not required to pay the full amount of a judgment in order to purchase it.
For example, you can buy a judgment for as little as $10.00, to obtain the rights to collect it. Once the judgment holder accepts your offer, he then files a notice of assignment with the court.
Once the assignment is recorded, you have the same rights as the original judgment holder. This means that you can use garnishments to enforce the judgment.
All the best,
Mike O'Connor
Judgment Recovery Training
Article by Mike O'Connor, of How To Make A Financial Killing In The Judgment Recovery Business. Mike is also the owner and founder of American Judgment Recovery Service.

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