How Does Your Fee Structure Work?
In most debt buyer cases, I charge a flat fee, that is, the client and I agree on a certain fixed amount at the beginning of the case. I can’t quote an exact fee for you here because there are a lot of factors that go into setting the fee, but I will be able to tell you my fee within the first five minutes of our first telephone conversation. Also, you don’t have to pay the fee all at once- it can be paid in several installments over a period of months.
How Does the Money-Back Fee Guarantee Work?
It’s pretty simple: if I don’t get the case dismissed, I will return to you 100% of my fee. If a case gets dismissed, is it gone forever? In Illinois, there are two types of dismissal- with prejudice and without prejudice. With prejudice means that the case is over and done with forever. 38% of my debt buyer cases have been dismissed this way– permanently. About 31% of my cases have been dismissed without prejudice. This also means that the case is over, but in these cases, the plaintiff does have one chance to refile the case within one year of the dismissal (or within the statute of limitations, whichever is later). Do these cases ever get refiled? Maybe, but never, ever, has a debt buyer refiled one of my cases. Why? Because debt buyers would rather go on to their next helpless victim than pick the same fight with someone whom they know is going to fight back.
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