Today, ARMing Heroes shared the stories of three military veterans and their families whose dire circumstances warranted an emergency grant over the last few months through this program:
ConServe employees, along with the company’s “Matching Gift Program,” donated a combined $8,540 through its “Jeans for Charity” program in July to Honor Flight Rochester and Honor Flight Buffalo.
Gordon Beck, Chief Operating Officer of Diversified Consultants, Inc., based in Jacksonville, Florida, sat for an interview last week with ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. Beck said ABC set out to investigate TCPA lawsuits where companies – including collection agencies – dialed wrong numbers. ABC producers told Beck that he was the only collection agency official that agreed to be interviewed.
Keith Jones, President of Sales & Marketing, is pleased to announce that Stellar Recovery, Inc. has been recognized by the Jacksonville Business Journal as the 45th fastest growing company on their annual Top 50 List. This is the second year in a row that Stellar Recovery has earned this prestigious award after coming in at […]
North American Credit Services (NACS) and Medical Services of Chattanooga was a proud sponsor for the 8th Annual Dragon Boat Festival held recently in Chattanooga, Tennessee benefiting the areas only Children’s Hospital.
Today, another story from ARMing Heroes shines a light yet again on how selfless and giving these heroes truly are.
Automated Collection Services, Inc. (ACSI) is pleased to announce it has been named to the prestigious Top Workplaces 2014 list by The Tennessean, a media organization serving middle Tennessee.
Proceeds from DBA International’s golf tournament, held in conjunction with its 2014 Annual Conference, were awarded to the Jump$tart Coalition®.
in the eyes of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, debt collectors and creditors are two sides of the same coin — and both covered under CFPB oversight equally. This means the beginning of new opportunities for debt collectors and creditors to start to work together to ensure best practices and compliance under this new regulatory scrutiny.
Much has changed the technological landscape from the early days of the FDCPA to today. In 1978, we didn’t have cell phones or caller ID. The consumer could either sit there and listen to the ring on the phone and not answer it, or he might be compelled to take it off the line and let the person hear a busy signal. Either way, consumers were aware that the call was being made at the time. In this “new normal,” what are the best practices?