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How To Make Money Collecting Judgments: Becoming A Professional Judgment Collector And Recovery Processor Paperback – January 10, 2011

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This book is main part of the training system. We also offer a CD (purchased separately) that contains an Adobe .pdf version of this book with click-able links in it. The CD ALSO contains the forms, software, notes and other information that you should ever need. Purchase the CD at www.JudgmentCenter.com www.JudgmentCenter.com was started in 1999 by Steve Cook who was a landlord who had to sue an ex-tenant. Now Steve operates as a judicial judgment processor in the business of collecting money owed to plaintiffs awarded money judgments and Steve is still a landlord. About the author: Founded by Steve Cook who is also the author and publisher of this program. Steve has lots of years of experience in his past as all of the following: 1) Real Estate Experience: 2) Real estate landlord 3) Licensed real estate agent 4) Mortgage loan officer 5) Judgment Collector 6) Employee of credit bureau score company for 6.4 years. How Steve personally started collecting judgments: As a landlord in 1989, I had to sue an ex-tenant in small claims (conciliation court). I won, but they didn't pay. So I started researching on ways to get them to pay. I kept good notes. Then when I had to go to small claims court a 2nd time for another landlord/tenant problem (which I won that time also) and I expanded on my original notes. Later when I talked to another landlord and I told him about my two successful times I won and also collected from ex-tenants he asked me to collect his small claims court award. And that is when I started researching how to collect someone else's judgments without having to get a collection license or permit. In 1997 I started working for a credit bureau score company as a full time employee and I worked there nearly 6.5 years. I learned a lot of ways to find someone and also find their assets. I added this information to my other documentation I have been writing since I first had to sue an ex-tenant. Throughout the years I developed a judgment collection system for myself and for you, upgrading and updating it yearly ever since. My years of experience are now in one nice judgment recovery home study class/course/system. Table of Contents: http://www.judgmentcenter.com/images/PaperBack_Table_of_Contents.pdf
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 270 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 10, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1440443645
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440443640
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.6 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,030,705 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I have been working as a skip tracer for many years and decided to use my skills on some local judgments. I read this book before I bought my first judgment. It's full of common sense and answers many questions that I had when I started out on this little venture.
I have re-read it a few times and the table of contents is mapped out so that I can go back to that one particular section for studying.

Also, the author has a very nice and well indexed website. The book is a treasure of information and the website continues the authors main stream professionalism. He also seems to be available for questions and to speak to on the phone. I absolutely recommend that you get this book. I promise you'll need it over and over.
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I bought this book with high expectations and was let down once I received it. This book, while it contains some good information, is poorly written and would be half as thick if the author didn't repeat the same information over and over in several chapters. The book is full of gramatical errors and I would recommend the author find a new editor if he wishes to write any more books in the future.

I would recommend this book only if it were for sale at 1/3 the price!
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Book was very informative and provided a lot of resources that would take you hours to research. However, the book could have been chopped in half.
Information was repeated several times, aside from repetition of info, the book is very informative and the price makes it a very good buy.
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This book was a waste of money. The author may know what he his writing about, but he certainly does not know how to write what he knows. Credibility of the author is totaly lost as a result of the juvenile way the book was written. He should fire his editor and hire a 6th grader.
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I do not write many reviews but I thought it was important to write a review on this book. This book is a must have for beginners. It does a great job breaking down how judgements work. It was very useful. I highly recommend it for landlords like myself.
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