Skip and Collect
You Can Only Collect From Those Whom You Can Contact
One of the challenges that many companies face when it comes to payment / debt collection is when they have outstanding accounts that are difficult – if not impossible – to track down. It is not just tedious but consumes a lot of time – time that could be spent in doing core business obligations. Thankfully, there is a viable solution to address the issue: skip-tracing, the process of tracking down consumers whose contact information is no longer accurate / updated.
In our increasingly mobile, international society, skip tracing has become more and more important to a successful collection effort. With FAMS’ Skip and Collect service, we can help you bring those individuals with outstanding debts back into the scene. We have access to the best locate databases available to retrieve pertinent information, including the following:
Phone number databases
Credit card applications
Criminal background checks
Public tax information
Public records databases
Department store loyalty cards
Air travel records
Driver’s license/vehicle registration departments
Our experienced collectors are skilled at using those tools to find both people and assets.
Our specialized, criteria-based skip trace waterfall process optimizes new telephone and address information on a daily basis so our team of collectors can contact your accounts expeditiously.
How your company can benefit from FAMS’ Skip and Collect service:
A chance to recover debts, outstanding dues
More revenue for your business
Gives you more time to focus on your core business function
Professionals working for you; our Skip and Collect people have decades of combined experience in tracing individuals that you might find very difficult to track down on your own.
To locate more skips and more assets, contact (404) 293-7639.
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