When Does and Independent Contractor Become an Employee?

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There is a strange phenomenon occurring in the asset recovery industry consisting of deep client involvement in the repossession process related to the control and intrusion in the actual act of the repossession.

For some reason the clients seem to be more involved with controlling the actions of the agent in the field for example the “NO CONTACT” with consumers or third parties dictates. What world do these people live in? Apparently, they have never worked an actual field assignment or they would understand that their absurd directive is an impossible demand.

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6th Annual “Gathering of the Eagles” Conference

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The members of EAGLE GROUP XX held their sixth annual “Gathering of the Eagles” Conference at the DFW Hyatt Regency on October 1, 2016. There were numerous industry related issues from hi-tech data providers to the current state of the insurance issues in the recovery industry and subject matter experts like Mike Peplinski of Harding Brooks Insurance and John Hambrick of Microbilt contributed to the content as guest presenters.

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Time Finance Adjusters Annual Conference… A First in the Industry

TFA_MEDThe Annual Conference of Time Finance Adjusters members was recently held at the Atlanta Airport Gateway Marriott and was a highly successful “FIRST” in the Asset Recovery Industry.

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RepoPulse to Hold Free Webinar on Field Safety

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Experts to share tips, ideas to help keep repossession agents safe

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

July 12, 2016 – RepoPulse.com is excited to host a free webinar on Tuesday, July 19 at 1pm EDT to help agents minimize incidents and try to avoid altercations while in the field.

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Free Wi-Fi… A Bomb Waiting To Explode

wifi_bmbProtecting a Consumers Non Public Personal Information When Using “Free Public Wi-Fi”

Guest Editorial

In our computer tech business environment, it is not uncommon to see a field agent pull their recovery vehicle into a business parking lot and use the “FREE WI-FI” to perform actions on their laptop, notebook or smart phone. The use of the “FREE WI-FI” network is perceived to speed up the process and save money in communication costs.

But when field agents use this type of “FREE WI-FI” every agency owner should ask themselves, “Is this a safe and compliant action or does the use of “FREE WI-FI” networks place protected consumer data and agency information at risk?”

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