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- Know Your Debtor:
Making (Dollars and) Sense of Consumer Behavior in a Down Economy
Written in conjunction with Kaulkin Ginsberg, this paper serves as a practical resource guide for the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry to better position organizations for future profitability and sustainability. Readers will be exposed to:
- Working examples and data that examine various influences on consumer decision-making.
- Future forecasts for the ARM industry based on shifting consumer attitudes, legislative responses to U.S. economic conditions and decisioning trends among credit grantors.A discussion of industry challenges and strategies for effective collection efforts in the current economic environment.
- Use of Wireless Phone in the Collections Process
This paper provides businesses with a better understanding of appropriate situations in which they can attempt to collect to a debt via text message or cell phone call. In this paper, readers will learn about:
Recent legal cases around the use of wireless phones.
- Two federal laws governing the use of wireless phones.
- Specific examples of when an organization can and cannot use a wireless phone.
- Issues to consider when using cell phones in collections.
- Account Monitoring
- Receive automated alerts on key debtor information
- Accurint® for Collections: Contact and Locate Workflow
- Streamline skip trace efforts with access to more right-party contacts