As we note every year, free participation in the program entitles companies to valuable data on the way they run their businesses. But what, exactly, is available?
Continuing education, best practices and innovation showcase International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc. (IACC) annual Mid-Year Conference, July 21-23, 2014 in Chicago. This year, attendance appears to be at record high levels as an increasing number of commercial collection professionals seek to learn new ideas to strengthen their business strategies.
The Commercial Collection Agencies of America, Inc. recently announced the formation of a new non-profit association to provide experience, expertise, ethics, and education to agencies, attorneys, credit grantors, and collections professionals working in the collections and credit industry.
The Commercial Law League of America (CLLA) debuted its newly revised commercial collection agency certification program on May 14, 2014. Many of the current certification program elements remain the same, including validation of trust accounts, bonding requirements and on-site facility audits.
Fresh View Solutions, formerly named CACSI, is a subsidiary of SquareTwo Financial that works with small businesses to create payment arrangements appropriate for each customer’s situation.
Karen Gittings joins Brown and Joseph LTD as Consumer Collection Manager. Karen brings 20 plus years of experience in Compliance and Operations, with a focus on coaching, to her new position heading up the company’s personal line insurance portfolios.
Brown & Joseph, Ltd., announces the appointment of Laurie Rogals to Senior Management of Commercial Insurance Debt Management Unit.
insideARM.com’s annual Best Places to Work in Collections program, now in its seventh year, is officially open for registration!
Nearly two years ago, Neil Madison was sentenced to eight years in prison for running a debt collection agency that actively scammed businesses that were looking for help recovering debts. A news report on a TV station last night added new details to the case.
A U.S. District Court last week ruled in favor of a commercial debt collection agency that was sued by a consumer who alleged violations of the FDCPA. But the consumer had made his purchase as a business and later tried to claim the product was for personal use. The decision gives weight to what information the consumer provides during the original transaction.