Westland, MI – July 31, 2015 – Myfoxdetroit interviewed the unnamed Repo Man who was the victim of the attack by convicted embezzler Tonia Cramier on July 28th and was provided his side of the story on the attack.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TUCSON, Ariz. – July 28, 2015 – Starting August 31, the auto finance and recovery industries will be further scrutinized by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. How that additional regulatory authority will be administered remains to be seen, meaning there are far more questions than answers.
As a skip-tracer I have worked for banks, recovery agents, bail agents and everything in between. The single common thread is that they all have in common is they need to find that elusive human being. Commonly during my career I would find that both the bondsman and the recovery agent were looking for the same person, and once they joined forces, networked together and shared information, they were successful dare I say even unstoppable!
Can you imagine the level of information and technology that could be shared between the great men and women of each of these industries if my hypothetical bridge were to become a reality?
Two hundred thirty-nine years ago a group of prominent individuals got together and created the great nation we live in today. They aspired to build a nation where people could freely voice their opinions and concerns in order to help better the world around them. One hundred eighty-eight years later (51 years ago), another group of individuals banded together with similar goals in mind. The American Recovery Association (ARA) was created in order to provide a nurturing environment for the remarketing and recovery industry. The goal was to develop an organized community where members are encouraged to voice their concerns and bring innovative ideas to the table. Through this community, we have been able to make remarkable strides for our industry – you should all be very proud of what you’ve accomplished.