Memphis, TN – May 19, 2016 – Being a repo man is a dangerous job, and that was reinforced during an incident in Memphis. While trying to repossess a 2008 Chevy Impala, an unnamed Repo Man said he had a shotgun pulled on him.
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“Evidence at the scene and information obtained by witnesses suggest the tow truck made contact with the victim’s SUV, causing it to leave the roadway, cross a sidewalk and strike a large tree,” police said in a press release.
San Bernardino, CA – May 13, 2016 – A 23-year-old man is behind bars after allegedly taking his vehicle from a tow truck driver sent to repossess the vehicle and then leading deputies on a high-speed pursuit late Tuesday night.
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Irving, Texas, May 13, 2016 – American Recovery Association (ARA), the world’s largest association of recovery and remarketing professionals, is excited to announce the 52nd Annual ARA Convention will take place at the Westin Denver Downtown Hotel on July 28-29, 2016. Non-members are welcome to join ARA and its membership for the two days of industry discussion and networking.
WYOMING, MN; May 9, 2016. CU Recovery, Inc. and the Loan Service Center, Inc., the leading full-service collection agency and collection staffing solution for credit unions, have named Chris Becker as their newest Business Development Representative. Chris will play an integral part in the continuation of the company’s growth and strategic expansion model.
On April 13th 2012 the asset recovery industry started to undergo the largest transformation in it’s history, from a predominantly unregulated industry to one that is now federally regulated. This change was introduced with the creation of the CFPB and their impact on the auto finance industry.
Marion County, IN – Brian Fenner had big plans for his Indianapolis towing company, Sperro Towing and Recovery. His goal was to build a national network of bankruptcy attorneys who would let him know if a struggling client had a vehicle they couldn’t afford to keep. Fenner would pay the bankruptcy fees in exchange for the client’s surrendering the vehicle and allowing Fenner to tow it to his impound lot near the White River about 10 minutes south of downtown, where he would eventually sell many of the cars and trucks in auctions.