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How Debt Collection Is Changing in 2021

2021-01-09T12:23:33+00:00

Perhaps lost in the shuffle of news detailing the COVID-19 pandemic and the presidential election was the release of a rule by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that aimed to modernize how debt collection is conducted across the United States. The release of the rule is the first time that the debt collection process has [...]

How Debt Collection Is Changing in 20212021-01-09T12:23:33+00:00

Why Blocking a Collector’s Calls are a Bad Idea

2020-12-28T17:29:36+00:00

There’s usually a point in any movie where the main character is faced with a choice — do the right thing or another option. Invariably, the character takes the other option, gets into trouble, gets exposed cleans up his/her mess, and then makes everything right. Consumers are faced with that same choice every time they [...]

Why Blocking a Collector’s Calls are a Bad Idea2020-12-28T17:29:36+00:00

Don’t Let One Bad Apple Spoil The Bunch

2020-11-30T16:13:01+00:00

For as long as people have been trading for goods and services, there have been people aiming to try and take advantage of others. Individuals who tilt the playing field in their favor, by either skirting the bounds of the law or by violating it outright. In every industry today, there are bad actors and rogue [...]

Don’t Let One Bad Apple Spoil The Bunch2020-11-30T16:13:01+00:00

Father Time is the Enemy of Collections

2020-11-03T21:47:11+00:00

Unfortunately, debts do not age like fine wine. The older they get, the harder they are to collect. There are countless studies that prove the more recent a debt is, the more likely that it will be collected. Individuals feel more obligated to pay debts that are more new than old debts, to which they [...]

Father Time is the Enemy of Collections2020-11-03T21:47:11+00:00

Two Things in One

2020-10-23T18:57:56+00:00

How good collectors and collection agencies are able to be compliant and empathetic at the same time. For anyone of a certain age, they will likely remember television commercials for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups where some sequence of unlikely events would take place, leading one person to say to another, “Hey. You got peanut butter in [...]

Two Things in One2020-10-23T18:57:56+00:00

Why Creditors Should Focus on What They Do Best

2020-10-23T18:57:40+00:00

Charting a path through the "new" normal that exists across the country today as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has forced creditors, healthcare providers, and companies of all shapes and sizes to adapt to never-before-seen situations like a workforce that is entirely remote, the importance of social distancing and personal protective equipment, and the [...]

Why Creditors Should Focus on What They Do Best2020-10-23T18:57:40+00:00

How The Pandemic Presents A Great Opportunity To Work Out Your Debt Obligations

2020-09-14T08:31:29+00:00

Yogi Berra famously quipped, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Individuals across the country are facing their own difficult decisions, which are being exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic: how to handle inquiries from debt collectors about unpaid bills. While many types of loans have been put into forbearance plans for [...]

How The Pandemic Presents A Great Opportunity To Work Out Your Debt Obligations2020-09-14T08:31:29+00:00

Make Sure Your Collection Agency Has the Right Tools

2020-09-14T08:31:50+00:00

The best baseball players are said to be “five-tool” players — they can run, hit, hit for power, field, and throw. When scouts are looking at high school and college players, those are the things they are being graded on. And while there are not too many true five-tool players out there, most Major League [...]

Make Sure Your Collection Agency Has the Right Tools2020-09-14T08:31:50+00:00

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