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bobcatnj

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
flemington,NJ
i have 2 customers from last year and there not paying there balance. the total between the 2 is 1600.00 i keep sending notes on there bill, charged interest, and made phone calls to them. what do i do now. make a claim to small claims court??what can i do????
 

IndyPropertyCare

LawnSite Member
Location
Indianapolis,IN
Bobcat... contact my other 1/2 at ambo911@sbcglobal.net she is a professional collector and can help you collect the "deadbeat" payers. modest fee of course.

You cant get blood from a turnip because turnips dont bleed.

The best way to get back on your feet is..... to miss 2 car payments. :eek:
 

topher924

LawnSite Member
MONEY OWED IS MONEY OWED. BUT MY QUESTION IS IS THE 1600 DOLLARS FROM PAYMENTS THEY MISSED OF FROM ONE BIG JOB? DOESNT MATTER EITHER OR JUST WONDERING
 

Soupy

LawnSite Gold Member
Originally posted by IndyPropertyCare
Bobcat... contact my other 1/2 at ambo911@sbcglobal.net she is a professional collector and can help you collect the "deadbeat" payers. modest fee of course.

You cant get blood from a turnip because turnips dont bleed.

The best way to get back on your feet is..... to miss 2 car payments. :eek:
Must me nice having a line in bill collector :) I might be contacting her myself.
 

goodbeus

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Jax., Fl.
Originally posted by IndyPropertyCare

You cant get blood from a turnip because turnips dont bleed.

No, but you get the turnip:rolleyes:
 

Team Gopher

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
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Hi Bobcat,

This site is a great place to find out about small claims court in NJ.

"Small Claims FAQ

* What is Small Claims Court?
* What Claims are Typically Filed?
* What Claims Cannot Be Filed?
* Where Do I File a Claim?
* Who May File a Claim?
* How Do I File a Complaint?
* What are the Filing Fees?
* Can I File a Counterclaim?
* How Do I Prepare for Trial?
* What Happens on the Day of Trial?
* Can I Appeal?
"
 
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