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Judgment Collection Frequently Asked Questions | Information | FAQ

Judgment Verification Report

What is a Judgment Verification Report?
Does Judgment Marketplace use a third party to produce the Judgment Verification Report?
When I input the debtor’s information to retrieve a Judgment Verification Report, does Judgment Marketplace store the information?
Is a Judgment Verification Report available for potential buyers of judgments?
Is the Judgment Verification Report available in real-time?
What is the fee for a Judgment Verification Report?
If there are more than two debtors, are there any additional fees for a Judgment Verification Report?
How does the Judgment Verification Report benefit sellers?
How does a Judgment Verification Report benefit potential buyers?
If I buy a Judgment Verification Report and I am not happy with the report, can I detach it from my judgment listing?
If everything on the Judgment Verification Report is correct and verified, does it mean I will collect the entire judgment amount?
Does a Judgment Verification Report change if the judgment on record is changed and/or the debtor(s) bankruptcy status changes?
What is the refund policy for a Judgment Verification Report?
Does a Judgment Verification Report stay attached to a renewed listing?
Is there an additional fee to keep my Judgment Verification Report on a renewed listing?
How often do I need to update my Judgment Verification Report on a judgment that has been listed multiple times?
How do you obtain the information on the Judgment Verification Report?
What does it mean when a report shows a debtor was discharged in bankruptcy court?
What does it mean when a report shows a debtor was dismissed in bankruptcy court?
What is the difference between Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy filings?
What are the pros/cons of a debtor filing for bankruptcy and the case being dismissed?
Can you pursue a judgment against a debtor if the bankruptcy is pending?