ATTORNEY FORWARDING

MERCANTILE COMMERCIAL SERVICE

After all attempts to resolve a delinquent account on a voluntary basis have not prompted payment then consider the assistance of an attorney for collection of the receivable. Mercantile Commercial Service montiors the progress of accounts with attorney firms and prompts the attorneys to proceed with all possible collection remedies allowed by law.

What can an attorney do to collect the debt?

1. Obtain a court judgment against the debtor business and/or personal guarantor.

2. Pursue the debtor business for payment with post judgment remedies allowed by law.

3. Investigate the debtor’s business and personal finances (signed personal guarantee and individual judgment).

4. Subpoena defendant(s) for discovery and creditor examinations.

5. Obtain court orders to seize property, bank accounts, vehicles and assets.

MERCANTILE COMMERCIAL SERVICE USES CREDITOR RIGHTS SPECIALTY LAW FIRMS.

Why not use “Small Claims Court”?

Small Claims is intended for individuals to settle money disputes without the use of an attorney for restricted amounts of money. Most people do not have the knowledge, time, expertise and aggressiveness to pursue post judgment collection remedies. Nor do most people have access to skip tracing, asset searches, bank account searches, etc.. Obtaining a judgment is only the first step in legal collections… the judgment cannot be cashed and deposited into your bank account. Once a small claims judgment is obtained in Michigan an attorney cannot become involved in the collection.

MERCANTILE COMMERCIAL SERVICE USES A NETWORK OF ATTORNEY FIRMS LOCALLY, NATIONALLY, AND INTERNATIONALLY. ATTORNEYS ARE LICENSED AND BONDED.