These are stressful times for all of us, and our first wish is that all our family, friends, those we work with, and indeed everyone around us, keep out of harm’s way. We are all waiting for the pandemic to subside and be able to get back to “normal’ times.
The Argo Partners team is currently working remotely with full access to all of our systems and email. As such, and given the turmoil we are seeing in the markets, we wanted to remind creditors who may be looking to sell their claims against bankrupt entities - for increasing liquidity, or other reasons – that we are available. If you hold any such debts and have interest in getting an offer for them, we encourage you to reach out to us.
You can reach us directly using the contact information listed below, or feel free to visit the Request a Bid page fill out our form. In order for us to properly give you a quote on a bankruptcy claim - which is our specialty - we need the name of the debtor and your claim amount.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.
Again, keep safe and if these issues are something you are focusing on now, please feel free to be in touch.
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If you have received a letter from Argo Partners offering to purchase your claim, you are listed in papers filed in the bankruptcy court as a creditor in a bankruptcy proceeding. Learn More
One of Argo Partners’ specialties is the purchase of claims against distressed or troubled insurance companies. Learn More
With our business expanding across international borders in recent years, we have developed a strong presence in the Canadian insolvency and bankruptcy markets. Learn More
We separate out this category as these cases often require a greater sensitivity to the needs of selling claimants – be they individuals or institutions. Learn More
Argo Partners also offers litigation funding on an individualized and portfolio basis in both bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy contexts, at the trial and appellate levels. Learn More