No Collection, No Fee
- Let us help you recover your funds that are due.
- We are a no collection, no fee company.
- Bonded & Insured.
- Competitive Fee Schedule.
When you are having a problem recovering money, we are here to help. Our specialists offer multiple services, including third-party collections, payment monitoring, skip-tracing, legal, and litigation services.
Reporting Credit & Transparency
When Partnering For Success we offer online Credit Bureau reporting. Your debt will be reported to the major credit bureaus in the country,, including TransUnion™, Equifax™, and Experian™. Your accounts are updated to the bureaus every 30 days.
You will receive services including detailed reporting your activity, payment logging, and collection success rate. We deliver all this information to the client electronically. As a bonded and insured company with the experience to collect on your debt, we reduce your costs and increase cash flow. We are paid on a contingency fee-based only system. Be assured we will perform.
Who is Covered by the Security Rule/and why we protect your patients information.
The Security Rule applies to health plans, health care clearinghouses, and to any health care provider who transmits health information in electronic form in connection with a transaction for which the Secretary of HHS has adopted standards under HIPPA (the “covered entities”) and to their business associates.
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is a federal law that provides limitations on what debt collectors can do when collecting certain types of debt. The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act covers how debt collection is reported in credit reports. In addition there are state laws that provide protections.
The FDCPA covers the collection of:
- Credit cards
- Medical debts
- Other debts mainly for personal family or household purposes.
The FDCPA does not cover business debts It also does not generally cover collection by the original creditor to whom you first became indebted.
Under the FDCPA debt collectors include collection agencies debt buyers and lawyers who regularly collect debts as part of their business. There are also companies that buy past-due debts from creditors or other businesses and then try to collect them. These debt collectors are also usually called debt collection agencies debt collection companies or debt buyers.