Wyoming, MN – December 15, 2014 – In a recent client survey conducted by CU Recovery, a staggering 80% of respondents said that finding experienced collectors was difficult. In analyzing the results, individual clients list a number of reasons for the shortfall. Not surprising, Credit unions are careful to select people that fit their culture and philosophy. Other factors include the geographic location of the credit union and a lack of talent in their area. Others state that they lack physical space to house additional staff. One solution to these roadblocks would be to outsource all or part of the collection process.
Waco, TX – December 11, 2014 – Jurors sentenced 25 year old Joshua Willis to 60 years in prison after finding him guilty of aggravated robbery after his attempt to assault a Repo Man and steal back his repossessed his car.
We see it displayed almost daily on this Web Site. We’ve all read “Repo Madness” by the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC). Sadly the Repossession Industry refers to this as “Breach of the Peace”, because we are afraid to call it what it truly is VIOLENCE.
Sponsorship Options and Exhibitor Space Available for Seventh Annual
North American Repossessors Summit
DALLAS, Texas – Dec. 11, 2014 – The North American Repossessors Summit (NARS), an industry event hosted by the American Recovery Association, Inc. (ARA), is proud to announce sponsorship opportunities and exhibitor space are now available for its seventh annual event, to be held March 12-14, 2015.
Waco, TX – December 9, 2014 – A Waco man accused of attacking a Repo Man who was attempting to repossess his car and then fled with the wrecker and the hooked vehicle was on trial Tuesday in state district court.
Post Falls, ID – December 5, 2014 – “Amateur Hour” theatrics ran amok as police arrested a 32-year-old convicted felon after he was spotted choking a woman during his failed attempt to repossess her vehicle.
The exuberance over the victory over repossession forwarding Godzilla “PAR” appears to have been short lived. As reported in June, “Opie Taylor” aka, George Badeen of Midwest Recovery, Inc., had prevailed over beast “Godzilla” aka, PAR, ARS, etc., in the Michigan Supreme Court who had ruled that the action of forwarding is a collection activity and as such is required to be licensed and regulated by the state.
Even before the ink had dried on this decision, Republican State Senator Rick Jones had introduced a bill making it legal.
Following up on their earlier Press Release, “ANONYMOUS – PRIMERITUS FINANCIAL SERVICES CHOSEN FOR ANONYMOUS STRIKE BY REPOSSESSORS ACROSS THE NATION “, the clandestine group of repossession agency owners who have adopted the name and moniker of the infamous hacker group, Anonymous, has launched their own website ( http://repoanon.com/ ) to broadcast their overall objectives, pending action and a call to solicit repossession agency owners to join in their movement.
While their initial Press Release announced their scheduled strike against Primeritus Financial, within their objective, they take a jab at LPR company, DRN, which appears to perhaps be a future target as well.
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