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.
As consumers continue to seek and receive more credit, the latest quarterly survey of U.S. and Canadian bank risk professionals found expectations for delinquencies on auto loans hit their highest level since Q4 2012, and expectations for delinquencies on credit cards reached their highest level in two years.
ABC-Amega, a global commercial receivable management firm headquartered in Buffalo, NY, is proud to announce two changes to the company’s leadership team and a number of staff promotions.
Receivables Performance Management (RPM) is excited to announce that it has completed some internal leadership changes at its headquarters in Lynnwood, Washington.
The Commercial Collection Agency Association of the Commercial Law League of America reports that in the third quarter of 2013, the number of commercial (B2B) accounts placed with CCAA members increased by 14.49% when compared to the second quarter 2013.
RGS Financial, Inc. of Richardson, TX is proud to announce the addition of Mr. Trey Lundt to the Company’s Commercial Sales Team. Mr. Lundt brings with him to RGS more than 25 years of experience in Consumer and Commercial Receivables Management as well as Business Process Outsourcing.
The number of commercial (B2B) accounts placed with CCAA members declined by 8.29% when compared to the first quarter 2013
A suburban Chicago businessman is on trial for attempting to hire a hitman to eliminate a commercial debt collector that had just won an $8.2 million judgment against him for unpaid aircraft loan guarantees.