Wyoming, MN – February 2, 2016 – To improve the credit union collection file process, CU Recovery has implemented significant updates to its Secure Document Exchange. The advanced system characteristics provide an easier file transfer through an improved solution that includes enhancements to the export process. Additional fields to increase the accuracy of member information, and the ability to include prior collection notes will increase benefits to the credit union.
LMPD Officer Leslee Wagner is accused of lying about an arrest she made in 2013. Wagner and her husband, Larry Wagner, who was also an LMPD officer at the time, arrested repo man Adam Hannahs at their apartment complex.
So, you think repossessing cars with a wheel lift is tough? Be glad you’re not repossessing ghetto rims like this unnamed “Rent-a Rim Repo Man” in this video. Just image how pissed off this owner would be to come out and find his Mercedes Benz up on blocks like this. No easy get away in your truck on this job. Kind of makes a simple repo look pale.
The narrator is priceless!
Years ago, when word of a repossessor’s injury or death occurred, donations quickly followed. Then with the turn in the economy and the slow recovery those donations have essentially stopped…. A troubling sign of the times.
Nashville, TN – January 21, 2016 – Primeritus Financial Services, Inc. – the leading provider of recovery management, skip tracing, and remarketing services to the auto finance industry in the U.S. – today announced the acquisition of Roquemore. Based in Dallas, TX, Roquemore is the leading provider of vehicle skip tracing services to the credit union and collateral protection industries.
LaSalle County, IL – January 20, 2016 – With the finding of the presence of some kind of foreign material on the undercarriage, Investigators have impounded the car believed to have struck and killed a Mendota woman and it not only shows damage consistent with an accident but other evidence that could implicate suspected driver Jose Torres.
Denver, CO – January 20, 0216 – A jury sentenced Robert Willner, 64, to life in prison for first-degree murder almost 25 years ago after he had killed a repo man who had come to take his car.
Former Gov. Bill Ritter commuted that sentence in 2011.
On Tuesday, for the first time, Willner appeared before a parole board to have his case heard, and the family of the man who was killed begged for justice.