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Buyer and Seller Feedback - Justin Click

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Sloroll

06-15-2011 09:35:58




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Interest is still accruing on the money Justin Click owes me. With any luck it will more than cover my legal fees when all is said and done. Just a heads up. Make sure you get cash up front from some people. You can't trust some wannabes.




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rustyfarmall

03-09-2012 06:04:12




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 Re: Justin Click in reply to C W Hinton, 06-15-2011 09:35:58  
A knock on the door would be better than a knock on the head.



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rustyfarmall

02-19-2012 13:01:49




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 Re: Justin Click in reply to C W Hinton, 06-15-2011 09:35:58  
BUMP



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Brian Jasper co. Ia

07-24-2011 15:33:31




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 Re: Justin Click in reply to Sloroll, 06-15-2011 09:35:58  
File for an "Execution of a Judgement". That's where you go back in front of the judge and tell him/her the guy you ordered to pay still won't pay. I'd bet most judges won't like someone ignoring their rulings. The judge will command the Sheriff to seize the money from his bank account(s), or property of fair market value to satisfy the judgement. He won't know anything until his bank sends him a letter informing him of the seizure, or until the Sheriff shows up at his property with a truck to seize something. Intentionally waiting trying to collect interest may backfire on you.

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tempola

06-23-2011 06:32:02




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 Re: Justin Click in reply to Sloroll, 06-15-2011 09:35:58  
I sued Springfield Iron and metal here in Missouri and won, for damages to my trailer. They still didnt want to pay after that, so I sent a buddy down with some scrap...and he came back with their bank account info on the check. I filed a garnishment, and after about a month, got the money.

If you find where he's banking, your can garnish his bank account. you dont need the account number, just know the actual bank.

If you know where he works, you can also garnish his wages...go to the county clerk, and ask for the papers.

In some states, you can also direct the Sheriff to seize property, like a car, tractor, or truck, to be sold at a sheriffs sale.

Finally, you also have the right to subpena him back into court, to question him about his assets.If he's a no-show, The judge will issue a warrant for his arrest.

Whatever you do, keep at it! Dont let him get away with it. Remember, in small claims it's YOUR responsibility to collect.

It took me almost 4 months months to get money from this deadbeat LLC. yes, it's frustrating. the wheels turn slowly, but they do turn.

Andy

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Sloroll

06-25-2011 06:13:47




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 Re: Justin Click in reply to tempola, 06-23-2011 06:32:02  
Yep, as soon as the interest accrues above my legal fees, Justin will be dealt with quickly. The paperwork is in place. This is just a heads up to anyone else thinking of doing business with him. I'll continue to remind people until the matter is settled.



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