Learn How to Collect from Difficult Debtors
In some cases, getting paid while adhering to consumer protection laws can seem impossible. Learn how to overcome thorny issues, including: disappearing debtors, time delays, negotiations, hidden assets and outright refusals to pay. Get top strategies for successfully collecting in the most challenging scenarios. Register today!
- Get best practices for tracking down hard-to-locate consumers.
- Discover strategies for challenging communications and negotiations.
- Learn how to proceed when dealing with professional debtor "set ups".
- Delve into the complexities presented by bankruptcy proceedings.
- Overcome stalls and time delays in litigation.
- Learn how to identify hidden and transferred assets.
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern, Ronald M. Metcho
- The Hard-to-Locate Debtor
- When You Have Incorrect Data or Few Leads to Go On
- Digging Into Databases
- Public and Government Records
- Getting More Out of Social Media
- Best Websites (Free and Paid)
- Communicating and Negotiating with Tough Debtors
- Communicating with the Debtor Who is Hostile
- When Debtors Are Evasive, Always Have an Excuse
- Negotiating Debt Settlements with the Shrewd Debtor
- Debtors Who Create Time Delays in Litigation
- Evading Service of Process
- Wasteful Discovery Practices and Motions
- Requesting Excessive Continuances
- Arduous Demands
12:45 - 2:15 PM Eastern, Amanda N. Griffith
- Set Ups: Debtors Who Try to Induce Debt Collectors Into Committing FDCPA Violations
- The Debtor Who Files for Bankruptcy
- Bankruptcy Protections vs. Creditors' Rights
- The Filings - What to Look for
- Proof of Claim
- The Meeting and Objections to Discharge
- Lifting the Automatic Stay
- The Debtor Who Refuses to Pay, Hides or Transfers Assets
- Methods and Places Debtors Hide Assets
- Accessing Records and Finding Assets Online
- Using Computer Forensics to Detect Hidden Assets
- Conducting the Debtor's Examination
- Finding Assets Hidden in a Business
- Enforcing a Judgment
This program is designed for attorneys. Accountants, debt collectors, banking professionals and paralegals will also benefit.