Levon Moss, Vice President, Business Development
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90 Second video of why Lenders use Debt Enforcement's
Debt Enforcements uses a systematic approach to recovering your revenue. We ensure every account, regardless of size or volume, is managed through a rigorous 35 point revenue recovery cycle.
If your customer’s information is inaccurate, we will locate current information with our skip-tracing process. Debt Enforcement agents are private investigators and legal recovery specialists. They will locate updated customer information through manual searches and the nation’s largest databases.
While all quality agencies have essentially the same software, hardware, skip tracing programs, phone systems, and other "tools" of the trade-these items are still only tools. What distinguishes DEBT ENFORCEMENT SERVICES from the competition is our commitment to understanding our clients' needs in combination with our technological advantages.
We are currently operating in nine North American states. Each state has laws and fees that govern our ability to recover losses. Please let us know what state your accounts reside. We are updating our service area monthly.
Debt Enforcement is an additional step that Lenders and Banks use at the end of their Revenue Cycle. When borrower accounts are not resolved Banks and Lenders will forward accounts to Debt Enforcement to force communication. Debt Enforcement’s resolves accounts when borrowers ignore their past-due loan payments and avoid contact with their Bank or Lender. Debt Enforcements will file a claim with each borrower's local court who will inform borrowers they have a legal obligation to pay their past-due loan. Debt Enforcements will attempt to contact borrowers to resolve their obligation prior to filing the claim and provide every opportunity for patients to resolve their account throughout the process. Depending on the type of loan, Debt Enforcements will recover 20-40% more revenue.
Debt Enforcement is an additional step banks and lenders use at the end of their Revenue Cycle. When borrower accounts are not resolved, banks and lenders will forward accounts to Debt Enforcement to inspire communication and increase recovery. Debt Enforcement’s resolves accounts if borrowers ignore their past-due loans and avoid contact with billing, collection and your company. Debt Enforcement will file a case with each borrower's local court who will inform borrowers they have a legal obligation to the lender. Debt Enforcement will attempt to contact borrowers to resolve their obligation prior to filing a case and provide every opportunity for borrowers to resolve their account throughout the process.