A Blast from The CALR Past!

The California Association of Licensed Repossessors (CALR) has been busy imaging all documents from the 1950’s to current. This includes Membership directories, CALR Newsletters, Board Meeting Minutes, Legislative changes and the CALR Laws Rules & Regulations booklets just to mention just a few.

The oldest document is from 1951 titled “Bureau of Private Investigators and Adjusters Rules and Regulations” This 8 page booklet talks about licensing.

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CU Recovery Announces Enhanced Import Capabilities Collection File Upload Easier


Wyoming, MN – February 2, 2016 – To improve the credit union collection file process, CU Recovery has implemented significant updates to its Secure Document Exchange. The advanced system characteristics provide an easier file transfer through an improved solution that includes enhancements to the export process. Additional fields to increase the accuracy of member information, and the ability to include prior collection notes will increase benefits to the credit union.

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TN Continues its Attempts to Regulate the Repossession Industry

TN_tow“There’s no amount of money in this world worth a man’s life,”

Memphis, TN – November 7, 2013 – Deaths in Tennessee resulting from repossession incidents have once again renewed the call for regulating the repossession industry as House Bill 2276– which was introduced, implements system for regulating repossession agencies and collateral recovery agents.

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