Skip Tracing

Our experienced account representatives will begin skip tracing your account once it’s placed in our office for collections. We will locate any assets the company owns, do an in-depth search on the company’s principals and look for all of the assets we can attach in the event that this account goes to litigation. This will help us weigh the debtor’s ability to pay. We will weigh the debtor’s assets vs. liabilities to determine the best course of action.

Soft Collect

In collections, it’s about being able to listen to both sides and resolve the matter. Our strategy isn’t anything unheard of, but we’re effective. We understand what needs to be done in order to collect the accounts you place with us. We’re of the “old school” approach that the phone collects the money, not the letters. Our collection representatives will contact each account you place and attempt to get your account paid with one of our proven talk-offs. We can customize our talk-off’s to your level of comfort or we can use our proven method.

Collection Litigation

Once we have exhausted all pre-judgment collection efforts, we will weigh if it makes sense to move forward with litigation. With our previously described skip tracing techniques, we will advise if it’s worth your time and money to go after this debtor in legal proceedings. Whether it’s our in-house law firm or our direct network to thousands of attorneys, we will make sure you’re in the best hands.

Collecting on Liens/Judgments

If you have already obtained a judgment, we can collect it for you. With our successful experience and in-depth knowledge on legal collecting, we know what it takes to collect your debts in a cost effective manner. Once an account obtains a judgment, we will advise the legal remedy that we feel will collect the debt. We can implore remedies such as a bank attachment, cash box execution, judgment debtor examination, wage garnishment, non-wage garnishment and more. The ability to collect on an account that has a judgment takes a proven account representative, who has experience in this type of legal talk-off.