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Dec 22, 2016

The Future of CFPB Under New Presidency

Since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was established in 2011 as an independent company, consumer protection from collection agencies has surged in the financial sector. To provide significant improvements to the…
Dec 8, 2016

What is the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a consumer protection amendment that limits how third-party debt collectors communicate with consumers who are in debt to another person or company. Third-party debt collectors,…
Nov 23, 2016

What Is a Lien?

A lien is a legal right a creditor can place on a debtor’s property to ensure the person pays back their debt in full (Nolo.com). As a legal right, creditors can sell…
Nov 10, 2016

How Does a Creditor Lawsuit Work?

Depending on the debt amount and to who its owed to there are a few different courts that creditors can sue debtors, including: state civil court, federal court, or small claims courts….
Oct 31, 2016

What is Skip Tracing?

Skip tracing is the process of locating a person’s whereabouts for debt collection or a number of other purposes. Skip tracing is performed by collecting as much information as possible about a subject…
Oct 25, 2016

How Debt Collection Works

The average credit card debt of U.S. households is approximately $5,700, according to the most recent data from the Survey of Consumer Finances by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The average debt for…
May 13, 2015

Corporate Personal Guarantees

What are personal guarantees and how are they effective in collecting commercial debt?  We absolutely love clients who obtain personal guarantees!  Why? Because their accounts are twice as collectible as other clients…
May 11, 2015

Credit Applications

Commercial Credit Applications for the 21st Century Wow… have things changed over the years in the collection agency industry. Where do I even begin? It used to be that companies would have…

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