Category: Debt Relief
While you were stuck at home, debt collectors saw fish in a barrel to collect on past due balances While so many consumers and small businesses are fighting tooth and nail to stay afloat, a survey from Prodigal Technologies, Inc, indicates that more than half of Debt Collectors outperformed their pre-COVID metrics. Prodigal’s press release on their survey attributes several factors to the uptrend, but one factor in particular for successful debt collection firms was that they were better able to track borrowers while consumers were stuck at home with Safer-at-Home orders. This data should be an important point for… Read More
Post COVID Bill Shock OK, so COVID hasn’t gone away, but the world has largely come out of our fox holes for better or worse. And as the world looks more like it did before the COVID tidal wave, many consumers are now reviewing their bank and credit card statements to figure out what financial recovery looks like for them. But they aren’t alone. Big businesses across the nations are starting the hit the reality of the impact of COVID on the their finances. Big Business Bankruptcy In recent weeks, a number of larger businesses have looked to bankruptcy. Some… Read More
COVID-19 has affected businesses and individuals alike. To know more how this would affect your and your stimulus check, be sure to read our article.
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The first involves being in a job and wondering whether you’ll be fired because you filed for bankruptcy and the other is if you will be hired despite this.
Debt collectors and debt buyers follow the same rules? The legality of this is covered by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).