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.
ABC-Amega, a global commercial receivable management firm headquartered in Buffalo, NY, is proud to announce the appointment of Paul Strohmeier to the role of Director of Business Development.
The recent acquisition of Carrollton, Texas based commercial collectors, RCI Asset Solutions, by Tucker, Albin and Associates means that current RCI customers will now have access to improved debt collection resources and the best available technology.
Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT), a national leader in delivering debt management and recovery solutions, is pleased to announce that Michael Magarrell has joined the company as Vice President of Strategic Accounts. Drawing on his more than 27 years of experience in the debt collection industry, Magarrell will lead ACT’s expansion into the auto, financial, […]
The not-for-profit Commercial Law League of America legal association announced the launch of a comprehensive new affinity program for CLLA members today, with services ranging from office shipping and payroll processing to retirement plan management and marketing piece creation.
Coface Collections North America, Inc. (CCNA), a comprehensive accounts receivable management agency, announced that it has rebranded to Altus as part of a global brand realignment strategy effective immediately.
The Commercial Collection Agency Association of the Commercial Law League of America reports that in the fourth quarter of 2013, the number of commercial (B2B) accounts placed with CCAA members decreased slightly by 5.70% when compared to third quarter of 2013.
Johnson, Morgan & White announced today that the company, a debt collection company headquartered in Palm Beach County, Fla. specializing in business to business collections, will begin accepting Bitcoin digital currency for payments of debts owed to its creditor clients.
The International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC) recently elected its board of directors for the 2014 year during the association’s 43rd Annual Convention in Miami Beach, Fla.