San Jose, California (PressExposure) May 22, 2011 -- JudgmentBuy, the one-stop judgment enforcement solution, now has listed more than 570 judgments, (free to judgment owners) and 990 judgments being actively recovered in almost every state, by the best judgment enforcers and contingency collection lawyers around the country, and 12 judgments being recovered overseas.
JudgmentBuy is the leader in judgment enforcement information and technology, with free judgment teleconferences, a free judgment forum, free judgment articles, judgment blog and RSS-feed, and a free Internet radio show and podcasts. The radio show offers a free, real-time convenient way to get any judgment-related question answered.
Anyone can install Skype and "call" Mark@GoGuys.com (or JudgmentBuy) to be on the Judgment Radio Show and podcasts/mp3s. One can be anonymous, or plug their business or web site, it's free advertising, or just get your judgment-related question answered quickly.
The JudgmentBuy Judgment Showcase Internet Radio show offers callers (who have a web site or want publicity) free listings at:
JudgmentBuy is home of the no up-front payment contingency referral system. JudgmentBuy is friendly to contingency collection attorneys and Judgment Enforcers. JudgmentBuy is where Judgments go to get enforced.
For free, and with no obligation, JudgmentBuy finds judgment buyers or judgment enforcers for judgment owners. JudgmentBuy's superior system means judgment owners are more likely to be repaid.
Judgment Enforcers (most are not lawyers) buy civil money judgments and then pay you. Usually they pay you after they recover your money from your debtor. (Known as Future-Pay) Cash up-front sales are always possible, but not for as much money as you want. JudgmentBuy makes it very easy, and partners with the most qualified Judgment Buyers, Enforcers, and contingency collection lawyers in every state and worldwide, local to debtor(s).
Recovering money from a judgment debtor is never easy and usually involves at least some minor fees, such as court filing fees, recording fees, and process serving fees. When possible, these fees are recovered from the debtor. The lawyer will file a form with the court to add these fees to the debt owed by the debtor. Sometimes these costs are recoverable, sometimes not, it depends on the debtor.
More information can be found online at http://www.JudgmentBuy.com