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Answered 10 minutes ago by Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
If you have a judgment you want to collect you REALLY need to hire a collections lawyer. If you botch it up - YOU are likely to find yourself sued for damages or legal fees.
Answered 2 days ago by Patrick Johnson
Go onto Google and research the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to find out how to challenge the debt.
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