Being judgment proof

by MICHAEL
(TOMS RIVER NJ USA)

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE OF BEING JUDGEMENT AND COLLECTION PROOF?

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Jun 06, 2011
Being judgment proof
by: Debtcollectionanswers.com

I am not sure exactly what you are asking. Do you want to know the difference between being judgment proof and collection proof, or are you asking something different? Please clarify your question.

Jun 07, 2011
TRY TO COLLECT
by: Anonymous

I SPOKE TO SOMEONE AT LEDAL AID AND HE SAID I WAS COLLECTION PROOF NOT JUDGEMET PROOF BECAUSE THEY CAN GET A JUDGEMENT BUT BECAUSE I LIVE ON SS AND DONT OWN ANYTHING THEY CANT COLLECT

Jun 07, 2011
Being judgment proof
by: Debtcollectionanswers.com

If you have no assets that a judgment creditor (the entity with the judgment against you) can take to collect on the judgment, then you are considered collection proof or judgment proof. The two terms are used interchangeably. If all you have is your Social Security income, then you are indeed collection/judgment proof.

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