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Best Business Practices, Part VI

Call Monitoring Procedure

In our best business practices series, we have discussed general business practices as the well as the more collection industry-specific area of the skip trace waterfall.  309 more words

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6 ways to avoid bad debt on Debt Collection Awards day!

It’s the “Debt Collection Awards” today – who knew there was an awards ceremony for that?

To maintain a healthy business and avoid bad debt, not only do you need to get paid for the goods or services you provide, but you also need to get paid on time. 666 more words

Cashflow And Financial Management

Collection agency cease and desist letter

A collection agency cease and desist letter is the topic of this blog post. Cease and desist letters are authorized by the provisions of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) found in Title 15 United States Code sections 1692c and 1692k. 587 more words


Top consumer outrage? Debt collection for medical, other bills

Debt collection is the nation’s No. 1 complaint by consumers, a federal financial agency says — and hounding about medical debt is a big piece of the story. 526 more words


Debt Collectors Dirty Little Secret

 How to stop debt collections and loose the debt

I continue to rant about the underground, almost illegal debt collection business.  Between the news coverage exposing just how bad it is and the Federal Trade Commission making a show of shutting these operations down it just doesn’t stop.  197 more words

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Best Business Practices, Part IV

Skip Trace Waterfall Procedure

So far in our series on best business practices, we’ve discussed disaster recovery and vendor management plans, both of which are applicable to a variety of business models. 346 more words

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