New York, NY (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
Judgment Marketplace updated their website making it easier than ever for people to buy or sell judgments. The first website in history to boast over $60 million in judgments listed for sale to the public, Judgment Marketplace started the new year by making sizable changes to its appearance and function.
“Our goal is to make judgment investing as easy as possible.” said Judgment Marketplace CEO Shawn Porat. “Anybody who has money to invest should be investing in judgments,” added Porat, “the changes we made are designed to welcome newcomers to the judgment industry.”
New features of the website include, discussion forums, new search filters for browsing through judgments and a resolution center. With over 1,000 phone verified members, Judgment Marketplace has successfully indoctrinated countless people to the judgment industry. Ensuring that its members are comfortable with the judgment investment arena, Judgment Marketplace offers a staff of helpful technicians who can provide guidance about the website as well as information as to how to learn more about the industry as a whole.
“It’s not terribly complicated,” says Judgment Marketplace President Joseph Nierman “there are a handful of tried and true methods to succeed at investing in judgments and the rewards can be astronomical”.
Additionally, Judgment Marketplace serves as a unique opportunity for people to sell judgments efficiently. “We are very pleased that trustees seeking to liquidate judgments in Bankruptcy Court are starting to view Judgment Marketplace as an excellent resource,” said Porat. By providing access to hundreds of potential buyers, Judgment Marketplace offers the largest market anywhere for judgment sellers to list their product for sale.
“Our rapid growth is a reflection of the great need that exists for a forum like Judgment Marketplace” says Nierman. “Some people need to sell judgments. Some people want to buy judgments. We are doing everything we can to make the connection between those two groups and facilitate the process.”