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Asset Investigations

Asset investigations are essential for identifying and locating debtors’ hidden assets. Our skilled team uses advanced techniques to uncover bank accounts, real estate, and other valuable properties. By providing a comprehensive view of a debtor’s asset portfolio, we lay the groundwork for successful judgment enforcement.

Uncovering Hidden Wealth

Law Enforcement

Navigating interactions with sheriffs and other authorities is crucial for judgment enforcement. Our expertise ensures efficient execution of court orders within legal parameters. We handle all necessary documentation, facilitating smoother and quicker asset seizure and securing our clients’ interests.

Working with Authorities

Financial Institutions

Working with financial institutions is key to accessing a debtor’s monetary assets. Our team is well-versed in protocols and regulations, enabling efficient garnishment of bank accounts and interception of financial holdings. We ensure compliance and expedite the recovery process for our clients.

Accessing Bank Assets

Asset Recovery

Asset recovery is the ultimate goal, where identified assets are seized and returned to our clients. We oversee the entire process, from legal documentation to physical seizure, ensuring thoroughness and efficiency. Our clients receive their recovered funds swiftly and securely.

Securing Your Funds

Client Service Agreement
Client Service Agreement (CSA)

• 40% fee for amounts collected between $1,000 and $30,000.

• 35% fee for amounts collected between $30,001 and $100,000.

• 30% fee for amounts collected over $100,000.


2. Services


Zetting and Zetting LLC (Service Provider), is engaged in the business of recovering outstanding judgment awards (“Awards”).


3. Third Parties


Service Provider may retain third-party affiliates to perform investigation and enforcement activities subject to the terms of this Agreement.


4. Client Representations


Client expressly represents and warrants:


• The validity, amount, and authenticity of each Award submitted to Service Provider.

• The Award is currently and validly owed to the Client.

• The amount stated in supporting documents provided by the Client is the accurate amount currently owed.


5. Judgment Validity


Client confirms that the Award in question has not been satisfied, paid, assigned, compromised, or discharged in bankruptcy court and remains enforceable.


6. Exclusive Authorization


Client hereby appoints Service Provider as the exclusive judgment enforcement service provider, pursuant and subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.


7. Indemnification


Client shall indemnify and hold Service Provider harmless from any and all legal actions claiming that the Award has already been satisfied or partially paid. This indemnification includes coverage for any legal fees incurred by Service Provider due to such litigation. Client will also defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Service Provider from any claims arising from any breach of this Agreement by the Client.


8. Payment to Service Provider and Client


Service Provider shall remit to Client the recovered amount less the Service Provider’s fee and collection costs on the last day of each month for all collections received. Client agrees to promptly notify Service Provider of any settlement offers or payments made directly to Client from the judgment debtor while the Agreement is in effect.


9. Term and Termination


This Agreement shall take effect immediately. If Client wishes to terminate the Agreement, Client may do so provided that judgment debtor assets have not been restrained, garnished, or located. Client must provide 60 days written notice to Service Provider.


10. Settlements Processing


All settlements related to the Award shall be processed by Service Provider.


11. No Guarantees


Service Provider and Client agree that Service Provider does not guarantee any result whatsoever with respect to the recovery of the Award.


12. Governing Law


This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York.


13. Litigation and Court Appearances


It is explicitly stated that Service Provider is solely hired for collection purposes and will not be responsible for litigation, including court appearances.

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