Want to know if debt collection calls really pay off? Ask the Internal Revenue Service.
The IRS often contracts debt collection firms to collect from debtors. Collection firms are allowed to make demands by letter but not over the phone. The IRS thought phone calls would confuse taxpayers — not knowing if the calls were real or part of a scam.
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Having navigated the commercial debt collection process for over 80 years, we are always learning how to improve and get a better rate of return on our calls. Experience has taught us that it’s important to have processes and procedures in place in order for success.
In this discussion, we’ll talk specifically about how FFGN handles commercial claims. Every case is unique and some clients prefer to bypass the demand phase and proceed directly to litigation, arbitration, or mediation.
Understanding FFGN’s commercial debt collection process can help both parties be on the same page as well as meet client expectations.
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The scenario: You’ve been served with an income execution by the Sheriff or City Marshall to withhold wages from your employee’s paycheck for a debt owed.
Other than more paperwork, what else could it mean for you and your business? Understanding your responsibility as an employer is essential if you want to avoid liability and paying a debt that wasn’t yours to pay.
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By Jocelyn Nager
Finding the right New York debt collection lawyer to handle your claim will prevent you from throwing good money after bad and will mean the difference between getting paid and not getting paid.
Whether you found your New York collection lawyer as the result of a google search or through a recommendation, there are ways to ensure you’ve picked the right lawyer for your claim.
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