From my point of view, I would rather not have the current forward. Let them oppose it and force them to prove their duty in court. My 2cents that are added to the discussion. “Fast-flow transactions allow companies to sell unpaid invoices to a collection company at specified intervals and at an agreed price,” explains Yves Van Nieuwenburg, sales manager at EOS Contentia in Belgium. “This is a potential win-win situation. Our partner sells its debts at regular intervals and receives money for debts that have not yet been settled until the end of their internal collection process. And for EOS too, the transaction is profitable: “Because we carefully calculate any recovery costs. To that end, you know that the JDB that sues you is the one that owns your account because it produces a sales invoice, a post with your name, your account and SSN, a stack of credit card statements with your name, address and account, and an affidavit from a witness that connects everything with a fairly red bow. If you pay them after they have provided all the above evidence, and they are the fake JDB, as you know, they will pay you and may be facing criminal prosecution. Excuse me for being late on a thread so late that I can clear things up first hand. I am the proud owner of a cash flow agreement whose portfolio recovery was ordered by the court.
I think we need to focus on using the flow agreement as a method to exclude everything. Let us depart from some legitimate objections and arguments. But first, how to get a third summons duces tecum on a national bank. Since the first sale will be the first break in the chain of authenticity, we should first go out there to destroy the arguments. The high conditions of an agreement like this are pretty much the same: they have misunderstood. To prove a case of “overweight evidence,” they only need to prove that there is little more chance than having something. In other words, 51% are likely to have something happened. Back to my original article, if the JDB produces a sales invoice, a position item with your name, account and SSN, a bunch of credit card statements with your name, address and account – and then a witness who has all these things with testimonials that his employer bought your debts to the OC on that date and such a date if I was in that jury , I would say it was more than very credible.