For Derek . . . - Posted by JoeKaiser
Posted by JoeKaiser on December 11, 2000 at 19:33:21:
Please don’t order any of my courses. They presume you have at least some “people skills.” I’ve got to tell you guy, you don’t.
If you can’t even ask a simple question here without sounding like a nutcase and making goofball threats (?!?!), how can you expect any sort of success in the real world? Answer, you can’t. You’ve first got to learn to get along with people, Derek, if you hope to be successful at anything, much less a people business like real estate investing.
You would call the better business bureau or the FTC and complain about what? That I sell a course and, although you’ve never seen it, you think there might be something wrong with it? I doubt they’d put that at the top of their list of things to look at today, pal.
Still, to answer your question . . .
We buy accounts from contractors, putting ourselves into their shoes and becoming principals in the transaction. As such, we are every bit as entitled to collect on the debt as was the original creditor. There is no “3rd party collections” involved.
We don’t “get around” anything, and our intent is not to do so. The statute, frankly, simply doesn’t apply here.