R2,500.00 (incl VAT)


If you have a judgment listed against you:
a) but you have since paid-up the judgment debt;
b) and would like to pay-up the judgment debt;
c) but the judgment was incorrectly taken against you i.e. you do not have an account with the judgment creditor;
d) and the account related to the judgment was opened fraudulently i.e. you were the victim of identity theft and impersonation;
e) and you did not receive a S129 Notice or Summons;
f) and the debt related to the judgment, had prescribed before the judgment was ordered;
g) and the account related to the judgment, was entered into in a different area (jurisdiction) to where the judgment was ordered;
h) but the account was settled, prior to the judgment being ordered; or
i) but you had made a payment arrangement with the creditor, prior to the judgment being ordered.




1. A judgment is an automatic reason for any bank to decline your home loan, vehicle finance, credit card or personal loan.
2. A judgment is also an automatic reason for any credit provider (e.g. clothing & furniture retailers, cell phone companies, micor-lenders etc.) to decline any application for credit.
3. Having a judgment on your name flags you as a high risk to the banks and credit providers. It destroys your creditworthiness and any chance of securing finance.
4. After a creditor obtains judgment, the next step is to obtain an emolument order, which will result in a garnishee on your salary or repossession of your assets.
5. A Judgment also works against you, when applying for a new job or a promotion. It suggests that you are irresponsible and cannot manage your finances.
6. If you want finance or a new job or a promotion, you must have these black-listings removed.
7. This will improve your credit score and credit worthiness and will result in your finance application being approved.


1. We will consult with you, to establish the facts of your matter. You may need to provide us with supporting documents, for us to consider.
2. We will obtain a copy of the court file, to assess whether correct and lawful procedures were followed.
3. We will assess substantive and procedural requirements, in terms of relevant legislation, in respect of the particular matter.
4. We will determine whether or not you have legitimate grounds to apply for a rescission.
5. We will prepare a merit assessment of our findings.


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