Debt Settlement Survey Round II: How Creditors and Collectors Increase Collections

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Over a year later, what has changed about the ways creditors and collectors utilize the debt settlement industry?

In the results from the first debt settlement survey insideARM.com conducted in Q4 2011, collection agencies were clearly the early adopters when it came to working with debt settlement companies to collect consumer debts.

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In the current survey, availble now for free downloading, we observed a significant shift in adoption, most impressively among credit card issuers.

Clearly, this shift in adoption demonstrates the value proposition that can be realized when creating a targeted strategy focusing on this asset class.

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  • Complete survey data breakdown
  • Over 25 charts and graphs of the data
  • How the ARM industry is working with debt settlement companies
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The Survey and Its Results

insideARM.com designed its Debt Settlement Survey to gain insight into the perception and utilization of the debt settlement industry by creditors, buyers, collectors, and legal recovery firms. Recent legislation may have changed the perception of the industry, and we wanted to better understand the extent to which creditors and collectors now utilize this channel to manage collections and recoveries.

The survey, created with the help of Persolvo Data Systems and conducted over several weeks in the last quarter of 2012, generated a good deal of response.

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Michael Klozotsky

Michael Klozotsky
Chief Content Officer, insideARM.com

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