The Denver Post Sunday ran an article that focused on the rise in consumer lawsuits against collectors and how the consumer typically get a raw deal from the attorneys that represent them. Interesting stuff, indeed.
The CBE Group, Inc. (CBE), a leader in the debt collection industry, announced today that it was named Business of the Year 2011 for the Greater Cedar Valley region, which includes the Waterloo and Cedar Falls, Iowa metropolitan areas.
Collection agency, Tucker, Albin and Associates has responded to the growing demand for their debt collection services by expanding their corporate headquarters in Richardson, Texas.
MicroBilt Corporation, a leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized businesses and leading provider of alternative data for non-traditional lenders is pleased to announce the appointment of Todd Milner as MicroBilt’s new head of sales and a member of the MicroBilt executive team.
ACA International and DBA International teamed up to create a standardized set of guidelines and principles for debt buyers, which is good. But the principles are so simplistic, one wonders why they bothered?
To get your employees to perform at a higher level, you are more apt to succeed by utilizing positive reinforcement instead of negative reinforcement.
NCO Group, Inc., a leading global provider of best-in-class business process outsourcing solutions is pleased to announce that its Corporate Training and Development team, NCO University (NCOU), has been named to the Training Top 125, a prestigious annual ranking of organizations worldwide that excel at employer-sponsored training and development, as determined by Training magazine.
Sensibill, a full service billing and accounts receivable management company, is proud to announce a new member to the team. Cory Freeman is our new Director of Information Systems.
DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar today filed an amicus curiae brief in the United States Supreme Court asking the Court to grant certiorari in CompuCredit Corporation and Synovus Bank v. Wanda Greenwood et al. At issue is whether claims brought under the Credit Repair Organization Act (CROA) can be settled by arbitration.
I heard a story recently about how women often leave more than $1 million “on the table” over the course of a career due to lack of salary negotiating vs. their male counterparts. Since collecting is largely about negotiating, does this speak to a difference between women and men collectors?