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Judgment Recovery: A Legitimate Lucrative Home-Based Business

Updated on March 21, 2018
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Judgment Recovery Business serves justice.
Judgment Recovery Business serves justice. | Source

Legitimate Lucrative Home-Based Business

Judgment Recovery is a legal means of collecting money owed to individuals awarded judgments – money, in a court of law. If you sue someone for x amount of dollars and win the case, a Judgment is entered in your favor and becomes an official record of the court. In many cases, the judgment winner does not have the time, means nor patience to collect the money owed to them. You can hire a judgment recovery service to help you recover the money. Judgment Recovery is a legitimate lucrative home-based business.

Judgment Recovery is a home based business will low start up cost.
Judgment Recovery is a home based business will low start up cost. | Source

Several years ago, I started a Judgment Recovery Business

I purchased an inexpensive, “How To” kit that I saw online. I compared the kit to several others and chose the one I thought was best to get the business started. The kit included a manual and some samples of forms as I can recall. Everything I needed was included in the package. The information provided was easy to follow.

Do you know anyone who has won a Judgment case, and did not recover the money?

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Collect Money for Judgment Holders

The court is on your side when it comes to collecting money owed to you. You can have bank accounts and wages garnished to recover your money. The Judgment Recovery business has a system in place to help you recover money seamlessly.

Challenges in Collecting Money

  • Getting Clients
  • Defendant, individual owing the money, moved and is difficult to locate
  • Defendant has no means of income or unemployed

Setting Up Your Business

  • You will need a business name – register with your county
  • You will need a checking account – in your business
  • You will need business stationery

Is the Judgment Recovery Business right for you?

  • Do you want a home-based business with low overhead cost?
  • Do you like collecting money for other people due them?
  • Are you okay with garnishing someone’s wages?
  • Do you like researching records?
  • Are you persistent to the point that you get what you need?
  • Do you get satisfaction from justice being served?
  • Do you want to make an additional income?
  • Do you want to work in a field where there is low competition?

Positive Side

  • Some people have reported earnings in the thousands of dollars per month
  • You help your fellowman
  • You provide a service to your local community
  • You help the court system and justice is served
  • You will be respected in the community

Hundreds of Cases

There is no shortage of cases with Judgments gone unawarded. It is said that, “it is easy to win a case, but hard to recover the money.” There are literally hundreds of cases in the court system, just sitting collecting dust.

When you get into this business, I suggest that you go in with a partner. You will appreciate the encouragement and expertise a partner will bring.

Give It a Try. Although I am not in the judgment recovery business now, I highly recommend it for the person who wants to success in this type of business. It is real; it is legitimate and you really do help people while you help yourself. No licenses are needed to do the Judgment Recovery business. Nor do you need a law degree. Just be willing to learn and follow step-by-step procedures.

Lots of Scams. I realize that there a lot of scam advertisements for small businesses. I want you to know first-hand that I know this business works because I recovered money for a client and was paid for my service. If this is your kind of business, take your time to learn it - it works.


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  • Brad Foster 1 profile image

    Brad Foster 1 

    6 years ago

    Girl, why did you stop doing that business. Seems like the EASY way to make some quick cash girlfriend. Did you have a moral consciousness battle inside your head or something? I don't know why everyone ain't doin this EASY six figure business that the gurus claim it to be that way and stuff.

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    Shalah Chayil 

    7 years ago from Billings, Montana

    Treasures, In a Judgment Recovery business, what do you do when people have no money to collect? This is an interesting hub. Informational.

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    Sima Ballinger 

    8 years ago from Michigan

    crystolite, Judgment Recovery is interesting. Glad to share.

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    8 years ago from Houston TX

    Interesting judgment,thanks for sharing.

  • Treasuresofheaven profile imageAUTHOR

    Sima Ballinger 

    8 years ago from Michigan

    Hi Marcella Glenn, the Judgment Recovery is an interesting business. To get into this business, you just have to want to do it.

    When I discovered this business, I had never heard of it and didn't know anyone who did it. That to say, it is a wide open opportunity.

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    Marcella Glenn 

    8 years ago from PA

    The Judgment Recovery Business sounds interesting.

  • Treasuresofheaven profile imageAUTHOR

    Sima Ballinger 

    8 years ago from Michigan

    revmjm, Yes I was in the Judgment Recovery Business. Now the process of locating individuals is probably easier. It does work. Thanks for stopping by today!

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    Margaret Minnicks 

    8 years ago from Richmond, VA

    It's interesting that you were in the judgment recovery business at one time. That's how you can speak with authority that it works. It could be also be a good match for those who want to start a business of their own. Good share.

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    Sima Ballinger 

    8 years ago from Michigan

    flying_fish, you said it loud and clear. I like the way you described the Judgment Recovery business. The legal system helps to protect people who do right! Judgment Recovery is brutal - but helpful!

    Thank you very much for commenting today!

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    8 years ago from GTA

    It's kind of a shame that a business like this is necessary - but it certainly is! I think helping others is the best way to make a truly satisfying living, and flawed though all legal systems are, they tend (at least in countries like ours), to be fair - sometimes brutally so... Thanks!


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