Monthly Archives: October 2007

Busy Bill Collectors Deal with the Blues

The headline for a story in the Atlantic Journal Constitution written by Bill Torpy. Bill talks about a day in the life of bill collectors, worth checking out.

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Debt collection ended in slaying, police say

Do we wonder why the debt collection industry has such a bad reputation? This is the headline of a story in Wednesdays Columbia Tribune, Debt collection ended in slaying, police say. According to the story, a man has been charged … Continue reading

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Judgment Recovery Courses

I was recently asked this question about Judgment Recovery and thought many of you would benefit from learning more about this topic: I would like to ask your opinion on Judgment Recovery Courses. I have been researching them on line … Continue reading

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Ready to be Self Employed

Question: Can you give me any direction as to how I can do debt collections from home. I have been working for the same agency for 5 years. I have collected from auto deficiency, credit cards to defaulted federal student … Continue reading

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Michelle Dunn selected as one of Collection Advisor’s Top 50 Collection Professionals for 2007

New York, NY – Collection Advisor has selected Michelle Dunn as one of Collection Advisor’s Top 50 Collection Professionals for 2007, Dunn was selected through participation in Tech ‘07, coverage in magazines and through field nominations. Collection Advisor TECH‘07 continues … Continue reading

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Credit Policy Question

Question: Michelle,  We are a small business and are starting a brand new other service business.  In the past we have had a few customers that pay slow.  We have never asked for any credit information.  In order to avoid … Continue reading

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