Wyoming, MN – December 10, 2013 – CU Recovery steps to the front of the line in their commitment to their local community. The company culture supports involvement in tangible ways through financial support and volunteerism. For the past eight years, company owners Kelly Becker and Terry Brelje have requested that staff “forgo office Christmas gifts in favor of working as a team to benefit the families most in need within our community”. This year, CU Recovery / The Loan Service Center, in addition to raising funds for local food banks, has been designated as an official drop off location for the Toys for Tots, Twin Cities organization.
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TUCSON, AZ – December 02, 2013 – Vendor Transparency Solutions, LLC., the leader in vendor compliance monitoring, together with Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, the nations largest creditors’ rights firm, will be presenting a free live webinar for lending institutions and their contracted service providers on December 12, 2013 at 2:PM EST.
MN October 8, 2013 The 2013 CU Recovery Collection Academy was another successful exchange of information on how credit unions can increase effectiveness in their collection departments. The sold out crowd included 81 credit unions from 24 states and many credit unions sent several people from their collection departments to take advantage of the rich content found in 5 separate sessions. Wendy Elieff, Vice President of Sales & Service for the company, facilitated the 2 ½ day conference.
New Technology. Fresh Look. Essential Information
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September 17, 2013 Wyoming, MN. CU Recovery, Inc. has launched its new website: www.curecovery.com. The new website offers quick and easy access to essential information and is part of the organization’s ongoing efforts to enhance the quality and availability of information to credit unions. The new site showcases a wide range of services available from CU Recovery and The Loan Service Center. A fresh new look is both easier to navigate, and focuses on making the important information more accessible.
Today a Tracer must juggle legal compliance with the ability to locate a human being who does not want to be found. Skip-tracers often find themselves navigating mine-fields of regulations, risking lawsuits from debtors, fines from governmental regulators and the possibility of a criminal record.
Skip-tracing can be compared to a complex jig-saw puzzle. As Hunters we are always seeking the missing piece. In the process we expend enormous time and resources trying to overcome all the obstacles placed in our paths. In this powerful session, we will examine how to profile your skip. Once you establish who and what you are dealing with, your skip profile, you will be on a more direct path to locating the missing piece to your puzzle, and ultimately to your success.
In conjunction with Alex Price, RISC was excited at the challenge of bringing his years of experience as a Master Skip Tracer to the Industry in the form of a national educational curriculum.
Las Colinas, TX – March 27, 2012 – If you weren’t at this years North American Repossessors Summit (NARS) held at the Omni Mandalay in Dallas, you missed without a doubt, the most important meeting regarding the future of the repossessions industry that’s been held to date. With over 500 Repossession company owners, employees and vendors, this was probably the largest meeting in the industries history. This massive attendance can be largely attributed to the tumultuous times the industry has been going through and this years NARS delivered with some lively and timely debate and conversations from industry leaders addressing many of the important issues facing the industry today.