In a meeting attended by repossession industry leaders at a secret location in October 2014, current practices of repossession assignment forwarders was discussed. During this meeting, it was agreed forwarding companies are guilty of unfair and unsafe practices when assigning repossessions to their network of agents.
In our two prior CUCollector Surveys, LPR was one of only several topics we covered, but as the result of some discussion coupled with demand, we felt that we were well overdue in approaching this topic in a more focused manner and drilling down on it a little deeper than in years past. The accompanying data is inclusive of previous years and while disparities in poll volume vary from the years, the percentages are the best methodology for illustrating the data results.
While responses to polls tend to lean toward the negativity you would expect in a “Yelp” review, I would like to think that this years responses are perhaps more fairly balanced despite some clear underlying pessimism within.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The RSIG University is offering discounts for our full state certification courses in honor of Veteran’s Day. This promotion is going on now, and will expire on Friday 11/21 at 5pm ET. It is a way for us to say “Thank You” to the men, women and families of Veterans. Anyone interested in taking the courses may use the posted discount code to pay at the low rate of $165 per person (regular full price is $240 per person).
Over 50 clients, from 25 different financial institutions, are registered to attend CALR’s 52ndAnnual Fall Convention held November 6-8, 2014 at The Mission Inn Hotel, a National Historic Landmark. The keynote speaker, Eric M. North of NorthLegal Training and Publications and Moore Brewer Wolfe Jones Tyler & North, has attracted a crowd! Eric will be presenting Bankruptcy, NOI’s and repossessions.
Financial Institutions are free to attend.