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OnDemand Course: Credit Application Terms and Conditions: Getting It Right From the Start

Credit Application Terms and Conditions: Getting It Right From the Start

Learn the importance of the terms and conditions to credit card applications.Does your company extend credit without a credit application? Should it continue on this course?

OnDemand Course: Understanding the New Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Form

Understanding the New Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Form

Gain an understanding of what the differences are compared in the old and new forms for a proof of claims.On April 1, 2016, the Judicial Conference adopted a new proof of claim form (Form Number B410) which replaced the...

OnDemand Course: Modern Communication Dos and Don'ts for Debt Collection

Modern Communication Dos and Don'ts for Debt Collection

Identify the benefits, pitfalls, and considerations that you must address when creating policies and procedures for modern communication.Consumers today expect that companies, including debt collection companies, can...

OnDemand Course: The Influence of Bankruptcy on Collections

The Influence of Bankruptcy on Collections

Navigating the often complicated rules of bankruptcy law can be a daunting task if you do not have any experience in that area to guide you.This topic aims to help the person responsible for collections or special asset...

OnDemand Course: Playing by the Rules: Medical Collection Practices and Pitfalls

Playing by the Rules: Medical Collection Practices and Pitfalls

Gain a better understanding of the medical collections rules and requirements.Collecting medical debt in 2017, in compliance with 'the Rules,' can be challenging.

OnDemand Course: Collection Harassment Claims

Collection Harassment Claims

Consumer debt collection is frequently the most common type of complaint filed with state and Federal agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

OnDemand Course: Telephone Collections: Do's and Don'ts

Telephone Collections: Do's and Don'ts

Stay up-to-date on recent compliance updates with telephone collections. This topic is intended to provide you with an overview of some of the key areas of compliance regarding a third party debt collector's use of...

OnDemand Course: Debt Collection Document Retention and Privacy Compliance Requirements

Debt Collection Document Retention and Privacy Compliance Requirements

Gain a better understanding of the consumer privacy protections of the FDCPA and those found in similar statutes.Many communications technologies (emails, text messages, web portals are just several examples) did not...

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OnDemand Course: Handling Your Post-Judgment Files

Handling Your Post-Judgment Files

Learn how judgment liens can be secured and enforced for maximum leverage, including registration outside of the jurisdiction.Obtaining a judgment may seem easier than keeping it, effectively enforcing it and collecting...

OnDemand Course: Collecting Without Having a Signature on a Contract: Is That Possible?

Collecting Without Having a Signature on a Contract: Is That Possible?

Navigate different forms of contract and evaluate alternative types of signatures.Any lawyer will tell you that a multi-page, fully executed contract, chock full of legalese and 15-comma sentences is the best way to...

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