Former Sheriff Deputy’s Lawsuit Against Repo Company and Toyota Motor Credit

Adrian, MI – April 25, 2012 – On Monday in Lenawee County Circuit Court, a former sheriff deputy’s lawsuit against a repo man he blames for his firing was scheduled for trial in September next year during a hearing Monday. Toyota Motor Credit was also named claiming the repossession order from Toyota Motor Credit Corp. was improper. If held responsible, TMCC could be held responsible in court. The Repo owners insurance will not defense the claim.

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Renovo Services Announces Receipt of Multiple Awards from JP Morgan Chase

Press Release

Skip Pros Subsidiary Congratulates their Team Members for Excellence

 

Renovo Services, LLC, the vehicle transition industry’s most fully-integrated single source solution, today announced that their subsidiary, Skip Pros, received two very exciting awards at last week’s Chase Vendor Roundtable Meeting.

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Repossession Association Unity – A New Direction

Las Colinas, TX – March 27, 2012 – For those of you that weren’t present at this years North American Repossessors Summit (NARS), you missed the most direct and open dialogue about industry about merger and industry unification ever, and believe it or not, there was complete agreement. And the conclusions might surprise you.

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NARS 2012 A Huge Success!

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.

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“Repos Gone Bad” – The Huffington Post Article

Editorial

Dallas, TX – Mach 22, 2012 – I had just checked in at the Omni Mandalay in Las Colinas for the North American Repossessors Summit (NARS) when I received an email. The Huffington Post had just published an article about the state of the repossession industry titled “Repos Gone Bad: Are Big Lenders To Blame for Driveway Violence?” Having been one of many interviewed by Dave Jamieson, I confess some apprehension in what was to be published. Upon reading it several times, I felt that for the most, he got it right.

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Renovo Releases Agency Scorecards

Renovo Services, LLC the vehicle transition industry’s most fully-integrated single source solution to the financial services industry today announced the release of Agency Scorecards for its repossession partners.

“The scorecard leverages our clients’ core requirements and is designed to help our recovery partners identify key opportunities for improving the scores produced by the Get Best Agent algorithm,” said Wes Goebel, COO of Renovo Services.

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Renovo puts its Disaster Continuity Plan into Action

Press Release

Renovo Services, LLC the vehicle transition industry’s most fully-integrated single source solution to the financial services industry announces the successful implementation of its Business Continuity Plan.

“The recent storms in the southeastern United States provided a very real reminder of the importance of system and process redundancy in a large volume business such as repossession management,” said Wes Goebel, COO of Renovo.

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Dismantling Atomic Bombs – 8 Things in the Repossession Process that Get Lenders Sued

To the outside world, collections looks pretty simple, call people and guilt and threaten them into paying money they owe. The reality is, collections is perhaps the most complicated and litigious area of any lending institution. Think of all of the interconnecting regulations pertaining to bankruptcy, credit reporting, the FDCPA, the UCC, California’s Reese Levering Act and the archaic FTC rules on telemarketing and they’ll see just how simple it really is.

Amazingly, most of us dance through this legal minefield daily with no trouble at all. Regardless, it is always wise to put on our “thinking caps” from time to time and keep the thought processes of both ourselves and our staff sharp.

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