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Join us for your comprehensive guide to proactively manage your invoicing systems and identify ways to implement effective invoicing and receipting procedures.
Gain insight into the unique receivership and related powers enjoyed by the FDIC.Depositors, borrowers, businesses and banks all need to be aware of the complex rules of the FDIC for determining deposit insurance...
Learn to effectively communicate with a consumer in a unique situation and how to use specific tools for those in temporary circumstances.Most of us were hired to do a job that was not labeled as debt collector.
Get an inside look at what collectors need to know and keep them friendly yet firm when talking to patients.Often times collection agencies who manage healthcare collections, miss opportunities to make their agency...
Learn how bankruptcy influences collection efforts and how to properly respond to a bankruptcy.The filing of a bankruptcy always complicates and in many ways frustrates a creditor's collection efforts.
Learn how to effectively position your organization and bring your unique marketing message to life.The marketplace for your financial services is evolving and changing every day.
Gain an understanding of federal and state laws and regulations on mortgage servicing.Mortgage servicers manage mortgage loans from the time they are originated until the loan is paid off, satisfied, or foreclosed.
Gain valuable insight into procedures for handling and responding to counterclaims, including working with creditors and outside counsel.This topic will discuss a collection law firm's procedures and response to...
Gain valuable tools to maximize the benefits of real estate appraisal services in the coming years.Appraisers, attorneys, accountants, corporate managers, and wealth advisors are all keenly interested in real estate...
Learn emotional intelligence in order to maintain composure in your career.Emotional intelligence (EI) is a general set of skills that can be applied to anyone and any environment.
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