Consumer Information

What To Do When You Receive A Collection Notice

Nearly all of the people we collect from intended to pay their bills. They sincerely wish to pay their bill, but for a variety of reasons have been unable to do so.


Having your account given to us for collection needn’t be an unpleasant experience. Assistance from Collection specialists, plus determination and self-control, have brought many people out of serious financial situations.

Following these three suggestions can help you settle this debt:


  1.  Don’t Get Angry
    Your account came to us from a business that values their relationship with you. However, just as you depend on an income to pay rent, groceries, and other necessities, this business relies on payment for their goods or services in order to pay their bills and remain in business. Unfortunately, your account has been unpaid for quite some time. Now it’s time to find a solution.
  2.  Contact Us
    If you believe you don’t owe this bill, let us know. If you do owe it, let us know when payment can be expected, and if you’re unable to pay in full, tell us why. Failure to contact us implies that you’re evading this bill. Whatever the reason for non-payment in the past, the matter can’t be resolved if you don’t contact us.
  3.  Let Us Help
    While collecting past due accounts is our business, helping people solve their financial problems is our commitment. People on our staff are experienced in credit and collections and are able to assist you if you let them. Your account being listed with a collection service may prevent you from obtaining credit elsewhere when you need it.


We hope the ideas will help you, and that you’ll accept our offer of assistance in settling this account and possibly finding a solution to your financial problems. Remember, you can depend on our cooperation.


* This is an attempt to collect a debt, any information obtained will be used for that purpose