BBB Accredited Business since
Phone: (510) 887-6888 Fax: (510) 217-4035 249 W Jackson St Ste 475, Hayward, CA 94544
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This company offers full-service judgment enforcement and recovery of civil money judgments, serving the five San Francisco Bay Area counties, and enforcing judgments throughout the U.S. This business locates the assets of the judgment debtor.
A BBB Accredited Business since
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Factors that raised the rating for Discovery Judgment Recovery include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- No complaints filed with BBB
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Brian Carter, Owner
Number of Employees
Refund and Exchange PolicyAssign your judgment to us with confidence. If you're unhappy with our enforcement efforts any time after 6 months, simply request that we re-assign your judgment back to you at no charge. (Certain terms and conditions apply.)
Service AreaThis business service area covers the five San Francisco Bay Area counties.
Products & Services
We accept judgments for enforcement whose award is over $7,500. We have a sliding scale for YOUR share from 50% to 70%, depending on the enforceability of the judgment. We'll let you know your percentage in writing BEFORE you assign your judgment.