If you’ve been to a few industry conferences, you know that the staff at all of them work hard to coordinate many details and try to create the best possible experience for attendees. But worthy of note about PowerUp was the extra mile they went to be creative, and the willingness of the management team to go along.
TCPA suits against collection agencies continue to be a growing concern. In August of 2014, TCPA suits are up a whopping 33.6 percent from 2013 numbers. What might be behind this increase?
Last week I attended Consumer-Action’s 43rd Annual Awards Event, along with Rob Meck, CEO of Premiere Credit and Tim Heber, Compliance Officer of FIS Global. We represented the Consumer Relations Consortium (CRC), which was a sponsor of the event along with Google, CapitalOne, Credit.com, TracFone, Amazon, AT&T, Microsoft, and Time Warner Cable.
s another bubble market emerging in the subprime auto sector? Perhaps, but a growth market for accounts receivable management (ARM) firms is fast developing already.
Marketing your brand can be just like trick or treating, except instead of looking for candy, you are looking to grow your business.
Could 2015 be the year of TCPA reform? There are somewhat promising signs that it actually may be.
Critical mistakes are sometimes made during the selling process that could cost owners many millions of dollars in transaction value.
Debt collectors breathed a collective sigh of relief after the Eleventh Circuit reversed a district court ruling in the Mais case. Coupled with the FCC’s seemingly business-friendly declaratory rulings of GroupMe and Cargo Airline Association, matters appear to be on the upswing for creditor representatives with regard to the TCPA. But don’t be deceived: the relief brought by the positive developments must be tempered by the amicus curiae brief filed by the FCC in a case involving a collector.
Collection recovery managers and ARM professionals alike should not adjust their liquidation projections upward just yet. Here’s why.
There are some in the industry who believe that a CMS describes a software platform — an out-of-the-box, one-and-done solution that can be purchased, installed, and you’re done. Of course, it’s not that easy.