Monthly Archives: October 2015

Finding new Clients for your Collection Agency

Kaulkin Ginsberg & Inside ARM have started a new feature on their website called “Ask the Expert“. Ask the Experts is an interactive section where readers can ask direct questions to the experts at Kaulkin Ginsberg, the leading strategic advisors … Continue reading

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Top 5 Don’ts for Online Debt Collections

Emailing debtors about a debt Instant messaging a debtor about a debt Initiating more payments on a bank account when additional transactions have not been authorized. Sending debt collection emails, faxes or text messages Don’t send a “friend request” to … Continue reading

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Top 9 things you should NEVER do when using social networking sites to help you collect from a past due customer

Never converse with a debtor using social media sites, utilizing the email feature or comment feature. Do not email a debtor about a debt if you think a third party can ever see that email. Do not instant message a … Continue reading

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What to do when a Tenant is Behind on Rent

Today’s guest post if by Bill Gray, an expert on collecting from past due tenants. When a tenant is behind in rent, when should you call it quits? Today I reviewed over eighty tenant debt accounts and noted that the … Continue reading

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Top 5 ways to Succeed as a Collector

It’s the first day for a new collector, you have trained them on the laws but they come to you for advice.  What would you tell them? 1.  LISTEN to the customer, listen more, talk less. You will learn much … Continue reading

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