FMA Alliance, Ltd. (FMA), is proud to announce that President Mike Janakes was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Houston Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Education Foundation. For over 40 years, the BBB’s Education Foundation has worked alongside consumers and businesses to combat unethical business practices, and promote consumer awareness.
The BBB’s mission aligns perfectly with FMA’s compliance-based approach. Since joining FMA, Mike has focused the company’s business model to ensure a fair, consistent and positive experience for every consumer. Because FMA and the BBB share common goals, Mike’s board position is a win-win situation for consumers, as well as FMA and their clients.
Mike Janakes has more than 27 years of hands-on experience in the contact management industry, working in virtually every industry vertical including Card, Loan, Healthcare, Auto, Student Loan, DDA, B2B, Telecom, Municipal, and large complex First Party/Early Out Projects. Known as a growth management expert and a subject matter expert in the FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, and GLBA, Mike has the rare combination of strong analytical, communication, and vision-driven talent.
FMA is a privately owned receivables management company opened in 1983 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. FMA is a BBB Accredited Business and is proud of its A+ rating. FMA is known throughout the industry as being committed to the fair and honest treatment of consumers and patients. Recently celebrating its 30th year anniversary, FMA has invested heavily into state-of-the-art technology, security and training, giving its employees the tools needed to be compliant, effective and efficient in today’s ever changing world of Receivables Management. FMA has won numerous awards for its customer and client services, and is constantly referred to as being easy to do business with. More details about FMA can be found at www.theFMAdifference.com.
The Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Houston was founded in 1922 by a group of business owners who wanted to establish a means of self-regulation in an effort to combat unscrupulous business practices as well as providing consumers an avenue to resolve problems with businesses. In 1970, the Bureau established the Education Foundation as a separate 501©3 nonprofit organization to promote basic consumer awareness. Since the addition of a full-time Executive Director in 1998, the Education Foundation has established four programs with the primary goal of educating and advocating on behalf of consumers to combat unethical business practices and promote consumer awareness. More information on the BBB of Houston can be found at http://houston.bbb.org.