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Getting a Debt Collection Rates depends on in few factors like; Balance of the past-due accounts, the age of the accounts and the volume of the accounts receivables. Our collection rates are straightforward and easy, request a free, no hassle, no obligation quote, and one of our Agents will contact you to provide our rate on those past-due accounts. Grab one of your accounts receivables to provide you with our Collection Rates, the more past-due accounts you turn to Burt and Associates, the better the collection rates.
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Debt Collection Industry News
- CFPB Says Considering If Complaint Process Should Be Changed
CFPB Says Considering If Complaint Process Should Be Changed The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has previously announced that it will be seeking feedback on the Bureau’s handling of consumer complaints and inquiries. Acting Director Mick Mulvaney has recently added that the CFPB seeks thi...Thu, 12 Apr 2018 13:32:22 GMT
- Chapter 11 Not Suited for Small Businesses, Senate Panel Told
Chapter 11 Not Suited for Small Businesses, Senate Panel Told On March 7, 2018, the oversight subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary held a hearing to discuss proposals to revise the Bankruptcy Code. More specifically, to better facilitate Chapter 11 reorganizations for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Several witnesses appeared before the s...Tue, 10 Apr 2018 20:38:34 GMT
- Mulvaney Asks Congress to Wield More Power Over CFPB
Mulvaney Asks Congress to Wield More Power Over CFPB In a semi-annual report, Acting Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney asked Congress to approve major rule changes he is proposing which include giving Congress power over the agency’s appropriations, and calls for an independent CFPB inspector ...Mon, 9 Apr 2018 17:22:16 GMT