Financial Institutions

and the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (often mistakenly referred to as the Fair Debt Collection Act) is a consumer protection amendment that established laws that govern how collection firms can collect debt. For over 30 years we have been adhering to these laws and helping financial institutions collect from debtors. We help collect on car loans, boat loans, mortgages and more.

Why have we survived in the industry for 3 decades? Not only do we get results, but we do it in such a way that it does not tarnish the financial institutions image. We are respectful to the debtor knowing that we are a reflection of the institution. And often, after we have successfully collected the debt, the debtor will continue to use the institutions services.

So whether you call it the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act or the Fair Debt Collection Act we provide exemplary services to a variety of financial institutions including banks, credit unions, payday loan providers (includes loans secured and unsecured) and more.