Tempe, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/23/2012 -- An unfortunate side effect of the struggling economy is that many people across the country are having a hard time paying their bills.
While many medical offices, businesses and other companies work hard to accommodate their patients, customers and clients by offering them a reduction in the amount that is due or flexible payment schedules, too often these bills are never paid and the accounts must be turned over to a collection agency.
For most business owners, doing this is a difficult decision. Many are hesitant to work with a collection agency to get the money that is due to them because they are worried about how the collection agency will treat their valued customers, as well as about what will happen to their reputation, and what the customers or patients will think of them.
A website has been getting a lot of attention lately for helping business managers across the country get the information they need about using collection agencies.
CollectionAgency.Info offers a vast array of helpful articles and advice, including sample collection letters and information about debt collection laws. The website also features free collection agency quotes from multiple, pre-screened Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and HIPAA compliant collection agencies. Visitors to the site who would like to take advantage of the free quote can fill out a quick, easy and private application form.
Professional collection agencies are definitely out there—and the website is devoted to helping its clients find them so they can both recover their money and keep their customers.
“We are committed to finding the freshest and relevant recovery collection agency information for you from multiple sources including industry publications and expert authors,” an article on the website said
“We have high standards and we want you to recover your money as quickly as possible.”
To get more information from the user-friendly website, simply visit the home page and begin browsing through the featured information about debt collection laws, collection agencies, and more. Category tabs listed across the top of the home page help visitors to the website find the specific information on collection agencies that they are looking for.
For example, selecting “Collection Letter Samples” will bring up a page filled with helpful advice on how to write such a letter, as well as a wide variety of sample templates, including “Medical Collection Letter,” “First Reminder Good Customer,” and “Second Notice 60 Days Late.”
CollectionAgency.Info’s goal is to provide free and accurate information on collection agencies, debt collection laws and best practices for in-house collections. The website features a variety of free articles, information about FDCPA and HIPAA laws, and the opportunity to receive collection agency quotes from reputable companies. For more information, please visit http://collectionagency.info