Collection Agency Collection Agencies Software

Collection Agency Collection Attorney Software

Whether you are a collection agency or a collection attorney in order to properly manage your work flow in a debt collection setting it is important to have debt collection software. Collection agencies and commercial collection law firms typically have a high volume of debt collection files. To manage these files without the assistance of a debt collection software program would almost be unheard of in the debt collection industry.

Our commercial collection law firm uses a web based software called Casetracker.   Casetracker software allows our debt collection professionals track thousands of commercial debt collection cases. Because it is web based it allows not only our commercial debt recovery staff but also our commercial debt collection clients to log in   from anywhere there is a web browser, including smart phones, to gain access to their files.

Collection Agencies and Collection Attorneys Use Debt Collection Software

Casetracker has different modules in place   to help manage the work flow. Our debt collectors have a different module from our customer service representatives. Each collection file maintains a separate accounting section so that when funds are collected from debtors, clients are easily able to track the amount collected, the contingent collection fee that our collection lawyers will retain and then the net proceeds of the collection that will be remitted back to the client.

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Collection Law Firm

Our commercial debt collection law firm was first introduced to Casetracker by a Florida commercial collection agency that had been using the software for several years.  Collection agencies have some different needs when it comes to debt collection software but, the similarities between what a commercial collection law firm and a commercial collection agency do are not that different. Casetracker was able to customize our debt collection software to our needs as we did not need some of the features that a commercial collection agency would utilize.

 

We are a commercial collection law firm based in Boca Raton, Florida. We would be happy to share our experience using Casetracker over the years in our office.  We welcome commercial debt collection claims directly from creditors and from collection agencies from all over the United States.

Demand Letter for Payment

Collection Agency Demand Letter

Collection   agencies send demand letters to debtors to recover past due account receivables. A collection agency may send a series of demand letters seeking to collect money due and owing for their client. A demand letter sets forth the collection agencies authority to represent a creditor and the amount the collection claims is due and owing on behalf the creditor.

Florida Collection Agency

Florida Collection Agency Demand Letter

Collection Agencies Are Limited in the Scope of the Debt Collection  Services the Collection Agency Can Provide

Creditors need to recognize that collection agencies are limited in their ability to effective represent a client in that the collection agency does not hold a license to practice law.  Effective recovery of a past due account may sometimes require the filing of a lawsuit to make the debtor come to the table and pay the past due account.  Collection agencies also need to refer cases to debt collection attorneys. When the collection action has to refer the matter to a collection lawyer they typically charge the creditor a higher contingency fee.

Flat Fee Attorney Demand Letter for Payment

Our debt collection law firm has started a flat fee demand letter service that creditors may wish to consider before obligating their company to paying contingent fees upon collection.  Just like a collection agency our debt collection lawyers will draft an attorney demand letter seeking payment of the overdue account. Because the demand for payment is coming from a collection attorney rather than a commercial collection agency, the likelihood that the debtor will take the demand for payment more seriously increases.

 You May Save Money Using a Collection Lawyer

Because your account would already be with debt collection attorneys, if litigation was truly required to liquidate the past due account, there would be no need to forward the debt collection claim from a collection agency to our commercial collection law firm.  Your company would not to pay a higher contingent collection rate to the collection agency thus, saving your company money upon the recovery of your money.

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Guide to Internal Debt Collection Procedures

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Collection Agency-Collection Attorney eBook

Implementing an effective debt collection strategy for your company

Collection Attorney, Stephen Gebeloff is set to release his eBook to help companies with internal debt collection and external debt collection policies and procedures. The eBook is entitled “Collecting Account Receivables.”   The eBook was written to help companies tighten up their internal collection procedures. The sub-title of the debt collection book is “Don’t Let Your Company’s Money Burn.”

Collecting your money-Debt collection methods

Guide to Internal Debt Collection Procedures

The debt collection attorneys at our commercial collection law firm believe that if more companies were more proactive with their internal procedures relating to collecting their past due accounts, they would find that there would be a higher rate of recovery on accounts that they extend credit to.

The eBook discusses the differences between collection agencies and collection law firms. Using a commercial collection agency can be useful in some situations. However, credit managers should be mindful that a collection agency is not licensed to practice law. When using collection agencies, if the collection agency is unable to collect on an account, they then must send the file to a commercial collection law firm. The collection agency will charge your company a higher contingency fee as the collection agency will act as a middleman and want to retain a percentage of the contingency fee.

 

The eBook also discusses the debt collection process once a file is turned over to either a collection agency or debt collection law firm. Once a lawsuit is filed to attempt collection of past due accounts, the various scenarios are discussed.   The e-Book gives an outline of the debt collection process. The collection attorneys at The Gebeloff Law Group are always happy to answer any questions your company may have. We will discuss the differences between commercial collection agencies, commercial collection law firms and how each may or may not be appropriate to help your company recover past due accounts.

Collection Agencies Must Be Licensed

Collection Agencies Must Be Licensed

Florida collection agencies are licensed in the State of Florida to collect debt. It is important when choosing a commercial collection agency in Florida to make sure the collection agency is in fact licensed. Several of our clients have come to our Florida debt recovery law firm after first utilizing the services of what they believed at the time to be a reputable licensed full service commercial collection agency.

Our collection law firm recognizes there are several good commercial collection agencies in Florida. As we have stated in past articles, a Florida collection agency can be a very good option for clients that have a high volume of debt collection cases with small balances. The collection agencies can send out several demand letters and make multiple collection calls in an attempt to collect on the past due account receivable. These small balance cases do not warrant filing a law suit to recover your company’s money as the cost would be prohibitive.

Florida commercial collection agency

Florida Commercial Collection Agency

It is important for our law firm’s clients and potential clients to recognize that a commercial collection law firm can provide the same debt collection services as a Florida commercial collection agency. However, what is most important to recognize is that Florida commercial collection agencies are not licensed to practice law. The collection agency cannot file suit. The case must be referred to an attorney. The end result is that you will have to pay a higher contingency fee on the collection of your money as the collection agency will share the contingent fee.

 

If you would like to call our Florida commercial collection law firm, one of our collection paralegals or collection attorneys would be happy to assist you in deciding the best debt collection strategy that is right for your company.

 

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

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Effective April 14, 2015

DEBT COLLECTION LAW FIRMS COLLECT PAST DUE RECEIVABLES

USING A DEBT COLLECTION LAW FIRM TO ASSIST COLLECT PAST DUE RECEIVABLES

Our collection lawyers recognize, in this tough economy, many businesses are struggling with cash flow. Our collection law firm can assist a company in collecting their past due collection accounts. Our collection attorneys are sensitive to the tough economy and work with our collection clients to implement a debt collection strategy. Not every debt collection matter is the same. Each one of your customers is unique and our collection lawyers work with you to identify the specific issues presented. Our collection attorneys work with you to identify what may have put your customer in a situation where they are now behind in paying their past due invoices.
Our collection law firm will not only send a collection demand letter but, our collection attorneys will investigate the customers corporate status, attempt to speak with the owners of the company and then make a recommendation as to the best debt collection strategy for your company. Sometimes we may suggest that your company may better be suited using a debt collection agency. Our collection attorneys will ask you specific questions that will help you decide whether to use a collection agency or a collection law firm.

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If your company has many low balance past due accounts, a collection agency may be ideal. However, a collection agency cannot give legal advice and a debt collection agency cannot file a law suit if necessary. Not every debt recovery matter needs a collection lawsuit. That is why it is important to speak to our collection attorneys and decide together a debt recovery strategy. Sometimes it makes sense to place some of your past due accounts with our collection law firm and other accounts with a collection agency.
Call our collection law firm and ask to speak to one of our collection attorneys. Together, we will devise a debt collection strategy that is just right for your company’s past due accounts.

Welcome Marianella Caldera

Stephen B. Gebeloff, P.A. is pleased to announce Marianella Caldera will be joining the firm as a Paralegal. Ms. Caldera  received her Juris Doctor in Venezuela in 1995 and will oversee our firms international debt collection matters. Ms. Caldera is fluent in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.

Stephen Gebeloff Florida Colletion Lawyer

Florida Collection Attorney

For further information on how our firm can help you collect your domestic and or international collection  accounts, please feel free to call us at  (888)-345-8677 , (561)953-4600 or email us at steve@gebelofflaw.com.