Myths About Collection Agencies
7 Myths About Collection Agencies listed below:
Most people think Collection Agencies are out to get you. That is Myth #1. We really want to help our client collect and work with those who have ended up in a bad situation.
Myth #3: Some think Collection Agencies are connected to banks. That is inaccurate. A Bank can have their own collection agency. Just because you are working with an agency does not mean they have to have a bank affiliation.
Myth #4: Many think there is a large upfront fee when you may or may not collect an unpaid debt. Using a reputable company like MCA, there are no upfront fees. If they don’t do their job and collect, you will never pay anything.
Myth 5: Collection Agencies are debt buyer. There are companies that do buy debt for a percentage and then collect all they can. That is NOT a Collection Agency.
Myth 6: Collection Agencies treat your past clients rude and uncaring. That may be true for some but you will never find that working with MCA Collection Agency. We believe everyone involved should be treated with respect. We have a job to do but we will be professional in all steps in the process.
Myth 7: It takes a long time to get paid after the Collection Agency collects. We realize this debt is causing your cash flow to be affected and we want to get you paid as quickly as possible once collecting your unpaid debts from your debtors.
Highly recommend making sure whatever collection agency you work with, you check out their BBB rating. We have an A+ because we take good care of our clients and hold them in the highest regard. We would love the opportunity to have a conversation and see if a partnership with us might be one of the best investments you ever make as a business owner.
MCA is a third party debt collection agency that has been in constant business since 1950. We are rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau and we pride ourselves in excellent customer service along with delivering great recovery rates. There is no cost to you unless we collect! Why not try and re coop some of your past due accounts with no out of pocket expense?