December 6, 2014 eltmanlaw

Creditors – A New Solution Triples Collections

This New Solution Triples Collections on Unpaid Judgments

We have pioneered a nationwide judgment enforcement process that often triples collections on unpaid judgments when compared to creditors’ network attorneys.*
The post-judgment segment often remains ignored by even the most sophisticated legal networks, causing as many as 80% of a given creditor’s judgments to simply go dormant and unliquidated.
Not only does this leave potential collections locked inside of their judgment inventory, it also creates increased compliance risks.
The only way to maintain accurate and CFPB-compliant data in a pool of unpaid judgment accounts is to systematically audit the entire inventory. This process is too costly for most collection firms, so they often allow incorrect balances and other data errors to remain on accounts they consider ‘warehoused’.

A Judgment Audit That Pays For Itself

Eltman Law has pioneered a new collections process that includes a full judgment audit. Our asset location and execution is so robust that we can confidently unlock enough value in clients’ judgment portfolios to pay for the costs.

With our judgment enforcement solution, we bear the full economic risk of asset investigation as well as the cost of a comprehensive judgment data accuracy audit. This approach allows our clients to have a fully compliant judgment inventory and often triple the collection numbers they had prior.*
*Based on historical data from close to 1 million judgments handled by Eltman Law. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
For more information: Call 212.660.3164 or e-mail: BrBoyle@eltmanlaw.com
Eltman Law (www.eltmanlaw.com) is the industry leader in unpaid judgment management. Our innovative process uses deep data mining, nationwide asset investigations, and nationwide legal executions, to liquidate on accounts that other firms could not find value in.

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