St. Cloud, FL – July 1, 2015 – A Repo Man claims a St. Cloud police sergeant attacked him when he attempted to tow away his vehicle but Police Department concluded that there was probable cause to arrest both men on battery charges, however the State Attorney’s Office will review the case and decide who, if anyone, is at fault. In the meantime, the Cop will remain on the job.
6/29/2015 – Please help support the RABF by visiting the new RABF Legacy page. This is the place to honor the owners and employees of the recovery industry that are no longer with us. This living memorial of our fallen can be shared with generations of recovery professionals for years to come.
Repossession fees have been cut and cut to the point it is getting dangerous. It’s been shown time and time again, when you read these stories about repossessions gone bad, they happened when you have untrained people out there picking up cars and/or they are under undue stress to repossess that car because if they don’t, they don’t get paid—their family doesn’t eat. If you cut back fees too far, it becomes impossible for companies to do it right. Perhaps instead of trying to find more ways to save the consumer money, maybe it’s time to start to find ways to make the consumer and general public more safe by paying a higher repossession fee that allows for companies to run their businesses right and to make their repossessions safe.
Chicago, IL – June 25, 2015 – Luke K. Smith, President of MVTRAC, LLC, has been named the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) 2015 Man of the Year. Collectively, Luke along with the other candidates from the Illinois chapter raised over $600,000 to help cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
The mysterious anti-repossession forwarding group, Anonymous has created a humorous but fact filled video explaining the current state of the repossession industry. Albeit in the form of an animated narrator, the purposely formatted “Fairy Tale” entitled “Welcome to a Grim Fairytale About our Total Annihilation“ does a good job of explaining the history of repossession forwarding, it’s effects on the industry, …
“The Largest Not-For-Profit National Trade Association Of Repossession Professionals Since 1936”
For Immediate Release
June 18th 2015 – Allied Finance Adjusters (AFA) and Vendor Transparency Solutions (VTS) through our ongoing partnership are proud to announce the integration of the AFA vetting portal with the VTS platform. AFA is now able to order inspections and monitor applicants and members of the association though VTS. This new capability will simplify the vetting process of all new members and allow safe and compliant storage of all documents. This procedure has put every AFA member that utilizes VTS in front of the lenders who utilizes the system.