Allied Finance Adjusters’ Response to Santander’s Tilt of the Playing Field for Certification and Continuing Education

Guest Editorial

October 10, 2017 – The year was 2006: the first internet account management software was introduced into the repossession industry. Since that time, the purveyors of different electronic account management systems have been in an all-out economic “war” to corner the market on connecting lenders with repossessors through their own proprietary software systems.

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An Open Letter to Santander Consumer USA, Chrysler Capital and MBSi Corp.:

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November 16, 2016 – Recovery/Repossession businesses across the country recently received a letter from MBSi Corp.—telling these small business owners that they are REQUIRED to purchase and download MBSi’s newest evolution software and operating system, Recovery Connect. Failing to do this, the letter said, would discontinue the ability of the repossession company to do business with Santander Consumer USA, Inc. and Chrysler Capital.  No, MBSi didn’t try to sell the use of Recovery Connect system… they DEMANDED that the system be purchased and used.

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