The Judgment Enforcement profession is a fascinating way to make a living through a home-based business. It’s also a much-needed service to every community.


Isn’t that the secret to home-based business success? 

Finding a niche that is common sense, interesting, and doable, as well as meeting your community's needs.

  • We locate court money judgments online or at the courthouse, judgments that haven't been paid -3K to 100K's  

  • We investigate the judgment debtor (I’ll show you how) to find the doable judgments.

  • We contact the plaintiff and 'take assignment' on the judgment, meaning that the judgment ownership is transferred to us.

  • We enforce the judgment using one of the 6 enforcement methods. and retain a good percentage - usually 50%. Then we pay the plaintiff his or her share.

You may be wondering, “Why wouldn’t the plaintiff just enforce the judgment himself and herself?”

The answer is that the average citizen doesn’t know the steps, doesn’t have time, or has tried and gotten frustrated. That’s why the vast majority of judgments go uncollected. Some of these are crummy judgments you wouldn’t want to waste your time on. Others are very good and doable judgments if you have the right know-how.

And yes, I’ll show you how to spot the good judgments so you can avoid the crummy ones.


And much, much more.


We Locate 

We locate unsatisfied money judgments online (I’ll explain) or at our local court, or through advertising.

We Investigate

We investigate and screen the judgment debtors (I’ll show you how) to discover the JD’s assets (car, boat, work, home, etc.).  If he has assets, we may want the judgment. No assets (or if he’s moved far away, died, filed bankruptcy, etc.) means we may turn the judgment down. I turn down a lot of judgments. It doesn’t take many to make good money.

We Contact

We contact the judgment plaintiff/creditor (by phone or mail) to remind him or her of the unsatisfied judgment, and to explain our ability to enforce it. We also tell the creditor how much interest has accrued on the judgment.

We Take Assignment

We “take assignment” of the judgment.  This this means that the plaintiff transfers the judgment to us in exchange for an agreed upon percentage (usually 50-50) after we enforce it. Then we have the authority to enforce the judgment.

We Decide

We decide which of the 6 enforcements of action is the best and fastest to get paid on this judgment. It may be through a wage garnishment, bank levy, assignment order, etc.  I’ll show you what each of these are.

We Enforce

Using one or more of the 6 methods, we enforce the judgment through the sheriff’s office. It might be a lien of real property, a wage garnishment, or levy of a bank account, or something else.  Of course there are other smaller steps within each of these 6 main steps.  But don’t worry.  I’ll walk you through each process step-by-step.

We Give

Then we give the plaintiff/creditor his or her agreed upon share of the enforcement money.

Ready to get started?

Complete program: Just $1240

1 time payment


2 payments of $625