Friday, July 15, 2011

Judgment Recovery Courses

I wanted to talk about Judgment Recovery.I have written a topic about Judgment Enforcing before in a previous blog. This time I want to talk about training courses. There are a lot of these courses out there on the internet. Most of them cost money to get. Is it fine for Judgment Recovery books to cost money. I mean they do work hard to write this book and a lot of them include sample letters to send the debtors and how to market your business. The also have copy's of Writs of Execution, levy orders, etc. The trick is to make sure this book in in fact up to date and gives the right information. There are a lot of these books out there that provide out of date information so it wouldn't apply in today's day. You can waste a lot of time sending out documents to court and then to find out that they had to deny it because the form wasn't filled out correctly. So it is good to find an up to date training book. Also see if you can find ones with example forms in many states not just one. Make sure you ask what the training course has in its book. Ask if it has the example forms and letters. The more information you have in this field the better you will be. For a Judgment Recovery Course book I recommend Christina Smileys course. You can go to http://www.recoverycourse.com/ to purchase it. It costs $155 but it is well worth it. I also recommend you sign up with JudgmentBuy's forum at http://forum.judgmentbuy.com/. This is free information that other Judgment Enforcers post. It is a great tool to use in this industry. If you would like an account email mark@goguys.com and ask for him to create you one. He had to disabling the online registering feature due to spammers. I wish you all the best of luck if you wish to come into this industry. It is challenging and you must work hard. If you are good though you can make a lot of money.

6 comments:

  1. I am a customer of SJR just recently and after getting the report SJR was no longer responsive to emails and phone calls. The report had wrong data apparently just made up. The was one bank hit with a substantial amount of cash in it. The report also gave deposit details twice. SJR reverified for me too. The data was not true. After relying on it and paying for attorney fees to garnish the phantom bank account I was let done by what I thought was a legit report. It wasnt.

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    1. This isn't the first time I've heard about this issue coming from SJR either. I had a recent colleague that recently joined the business and "was" going to sign up with SJR but never received an email or phone call back when he wanted to discuss with someone in a little more detail before spending the money.

      Ryan Lane
      Financial Judgment Recovery
      855-357-5050

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  2. Also, I would strongly not recommending ANY asset locator without a physical address. If you must subpoena records for the court you will need to know where they are instead of just a PO Box.

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    1. Goldmineri, is the company out of business? I never relied on their judgment recovery services. I just purchased the course book and found that it had some great information.

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  3. I agree with you there are several courses out there pertaining to the judgment recovery business, all very similar in information, but also all the courses out there also offer a thing or two that you can gain into the business. I don't think it's wise to necessarily purchase all of them, but unlike myself I find knowledge is power and have purchased, subscribed etc to all courses related to judgment recovery business.

    I've come to find the easiest method to set-up the business, but was always at a stand point when it came to obtaining the judgments. Without judgments you have no business, no one shows you how to obtain the judgments other than go to the courthouse and dig through the records. Or someone wants to sell you judgment leads, but then you think in your head if the lead was valuable why wouldn't they just enforce it themselves, oh wait cause it's a paper shuffle that takes time and definitely will not make you rich over night by no means. I would recommend just trying to work under a judgment recovery professional prior and learn the ropes then start on your own from scratch with a little more ammo.

    Sorry for the rant!

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  4. I never knew that there were judgement recovery courses for the general public. I think it would be a good idea for people to take some time and get brought up to speed with the basics. It's not like you'll use it every day, but it can save you from some major pitfalls in the future. Thanks for sharing your tips with us! http://www.moorparkrecovery.com

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