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The telecommunications sector is one of the most robust and growing segments of the ARM industry. As more consumers add additional phone lines through more expensive mobile adoption, and telecom companies bundle services like cable and Internet access, telecom balances are growing even as volumes steadily increase.


CBE Leaders Highlight TRMA Speaker Schedule

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – A pair of CBE Companies (CBE) executives will deliver timely, important presentations at the TRMA fall conference Sept. 14 in Miami. TRMA is an industry forum for risk management professionals from the telecommunications, pay TV, utility, waste management and other industries. Curt Martin, CBE Senior Vice President of Operations, will speak to the importance […]

New Accounts Receivable Management Provider Combines a History of Strong Revenue Performance with a Meticulous Focus on Compliance and Consumer Relationships

ROUND ROCK, Texas ― Waypoint Resource Group, an outsourcing provider of key accounts receivable management (ARM) services, today announced its official launch, along with a suite of solutions focused on improving credit payment outcomes and relationships between companies and consumers.  Waypoint is an affiliate company of TG, a long-standing, well-respected federal student loan guarantor and government contractor […]

CBE Companies and Diversified Consultants, Inc. to Speak about Data Quality’s Impact on the Receivable Management Industry at TRMA Conference

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Chad Benson, president of CBE Companies and founder of LocateSmarter, will speak at the TRMA Spring Conference this Wednesday. He will be accompanied by Diversified Consultants, Inc.’s Chief Operations Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Gordon Beck. During the session, “Focusing on Data Quality to Improve Operational Efficiency and Performance,” Benson will […]

Sprint to Pay $2.95 Million Penalty to Settle FTC Charges It Violated Fair Credit Reporting Act

Sprint to Pay $2.95 Million Penalty to Settle FTC Charges It Violated Fair Credit Reporting Act The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced yesterday that mobile service provider Sprint will pay $2.95 million in civil penalties to settle charges that the company failed to give proper notice to consumers who were placed in a program for […]