Dear Harry: I have two judgments in my favor granted by a federal court. I paid a local firm (staffed by former FBI agents) to do complete asset searches for the two people involved. Unfortunately, neither search was a success. When I asked why they did not seek out bank accounts, I was told that there was no purpose to it because one cannot seize a bank account to satisfy a judgment. That goes for federal judgments as well as state judgments. If I recall correctly, some time ago, you mentioned in one of your columns that bank accounts were available for paying judgments. What is the score here, Harry? I hate to see these deadbeats get away without paying me the five-figure debts they owe.