So typically I am not for going after money people owe me. We'll try to collect ourselves and usually just drop it after a while. 90% of our lawn care clients are on AutoPay anyway, and the rest who pay via monthly invoice, we hardly ever let them get past 1 or 2 months before we terminate service. But one fell through the cracks last year and ended up owing me about $1800.00. I was very polite and tried to collect in every way possible. Our repeated invoices were always ignored. When I would call, they'd slam the phone down on me, when I stopped by they'd slam the door on me or shout at me. So finally I decided this year to take them to small claims court. Well, they never responded to it so today I filed for a default judgement. That default judgement will be signed by a judge within a few days then I can start collections. So woo-hoo! Chalk one up for the LCO. But now how do I collect? I am done dealing with these people nicely. I want to play hardball. I know where they bank and have their bank account number. How do I go about garnishing money once I get the final default judgement signed? Anyone with experience in this? I don't really want to hire a company to do this for me. I don't want to lose 50% to some collection firm. I'd rather just do it myself. Bueller....Bueller....Anyone....Anyone.....???