Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by james (CA)

Posted by james (CA) on February 05, 2010 at 13:54:47:

I emailed Peter last night and got back to me with lots of real world information on JR.

Yes there is a lot of work but it seems promising if you work on the right cases with right tools. I already have a FT job and looking into RE investment for quick cash flow and long term hold as well. Planning to pool some $$ with RE associates to flip houses in SO CA trustee sales at least.

It will take some investment to get into JR business: website, database access monthly, work phone(plan to use google voice), and the course. I may be start it part time but like to see how I can outsource and it more passive plus look for higher return and new spin off business from JR.

Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by james (CA)

Posted by james (CA) on February 04, 2010 at 13:28:15:

Anyone had ever bought Mike Warren course on lien investment?

It seems very attractive business to do online anywhere without talking to debtors.

Can experienced judgement, lien investors share some info?

Re: Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by Jack-E

Posted by Jack-E on February 04, 2010 at 14:59:36:

Yes. He was tried and convicted for just such a scheme.

Re: Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by james (CA)

Posted by james (CA) on February 04, 2010 at 15:33:07:

Really! You have the links for the info.

Re: Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by Jack

Posted by Jack on February 05, 2010 at 12:11:55:

Google: Michael Warren Securites fraud

Re: Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by lukeNC

Posted by lukeNC on February 04, 2010 at 19:25:42:

he was stealing money…people invested with him and he stole their money.

If you want to learn the judgment recovery business I suggest Peter Gilboy’s – judgmentrecoverycourse.com

Its very comprehensive.

Re: Collect lien, judgement - Posted by james (CA)

Posted by james (CA) on February 10, 2010 at 12:56:22:

How about National Judgment Network for $149 including online doc preparation?

How good is this business in the current market if you know?

http://www.nationaljudgment.net/page1.php?ref=NJN

Re: Collect lien, , judgement - Posted by james (CA)

Posted by james (CA) on February 05, 2010 at 14:34:58:

btw…do you know of inexpensive database services for searching judgments nationwide? Base on Peter’s site, it is around 300/mo which is too much for me.