Can’t collect your small claims/civil judgment?
You’ve come to the right place! Over the years, judgment enforcers all over the country have found that approximately 80% of judgments go uncollected. Nowadays, that number could be higher. With the enormous amount of bankruptcy, job loss, asset relocation, and multiple address changes; there is an overwhelming sense that these debts will never get paid. Ever.
Seek1 Solutions Can Help!
We have an arsenal of time-intensive resources and unique skip-tracing techniques including access to top-notch national databases, the same used by law enforcement. We also have network access to process servers, credit agencies, investigators, and when necessary – the use of attorneys.
Our experience and commitment allows us to do everything possible to the full extent of the law. Some of our techniques include:
- Wage garnishments
- Seizure of bank accounts and other assets (levy)
- Property liens
- Till tap and keeper (for business debtors)
- Court-ordered turnovers
We also make all court appearances and take care of all paperwork involved.
Everything at no out-of-pocket cost to you!
You read that right. No up-front cost to you. No fee, no retainer, no agency cost. Ever.
Once we conduct a free, preliminary investigation of your judgment, should we feel that enforcement could be successful, we may present you with an offer to purchase your judgment on a contingency basis. This basically means that we will do all the work to collect monies owed, and pay you a percentage of what has been received. That’s right, you won’t have to do anything but sit back and receive checks from us.
We mentioned a percentage, is this how we make our money? Good question!
When you assign a judgment to Seek1 Solutions, we are buying the judgment from you on a “future pay” basis (contingency). We will have an agreement together that requires us to pay you 50% of any money collected. Considering all the work involved in enforcing a judgment (as we front all the money), we keep 50% as well. Most judgment creditors believe 50% of something, is better than 100% of nothing.
You will also be entitled to earn 50% of any interest added to the judgment. In California, 10% simple interest is calculated and added. So, if you have a judgment that is several years old, you may be looking at receiving money close to the original amount owed in principal.