5 Ways to Increase Your Collections Effectiveness
In today’s dynamic collections environment, traditional approaches are less and less effective. New techniques—like self-serve ways for customers to resolve delinquencies from their mobile phone—produce higher ROI for collections time, effort and expense.
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insideARM: Accounts Receivable Management
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently released two reports that shed a little light on how the Bureau is currently approaching debt collection regulation and provided a hint that any new debt collection rule proposals may be delayed well into 2015.Read more of today's top story »
Today's News and Opinion
- Enhancing Patient Communication November 25, 2014
- ARM Law Firm Barron & Newburger Announces Major Expansion November 25, 2014
- Executive Change: Caine & Weiner Announces Collection Management Promotion and Other Internal Changes November 25, 2014
- BillingTree Adds Webinars Tackling Convenience Fees & Healthcare Receivables to Spotlight Series November 25, 2014
- TCPA and FDCPA Class Action Targets New Kind of Business: Digital Rights Enforcers November 24, 2014
- It Takes Two to Tango November 24, 2014
- Account Control Technology Donates $32,014 to Susan G. Komen and the Fight to End Breast Cancer November 24, 2014
- DC Circuit Court Hears Arguments in Cases Challenging CFPB Authority November 21, 2014
- Student Loan Guarantor, Owner of ED Debt Collector, Buying Corinthian College Campuses November 21, 2014
Collection Industry Blogs
For years, strategic thinkers in the debt industry have known that student loans offers the most growth opportunity. But how safe is that assumption in light of the scrutiny everyone is giving education loans right now?
Congress is looking into how the government manages its student loan portfolios, the CFPB is taking a more active role in regulating the market — especially for consumer behind on their payments — and now, this: the possibility that accounts will be taken away from private ARM firms and given to in-house Treasury collectors.
So is this still the safe sector we all have assumed?