Commercial Collections

NACM Southwest Commercial Collection Agency

CLLA Certified Collection Agencies have been independently audited by a third-party to confirm compliance with all relevant federal and state laws
and regulations governing the collection of debts and in all jurisdictional registration and licensing requirements. They also maintain documented policies and procedures consistent with all relevant federal and state laws
and regulations governing the collection of commercial debts.
Please read our Terms & Conditions.

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Background: NACM Southwest offers one of the top-rated Collection Services within the NACM network. Our professional staff of collectors acts as an extension
to your credit department, working with you and your customer to obtain positive results. To safeguard debtor remittances, special trust accounts are set up for depositing collected monies. These accounts are audited on a regular basis.

Procedure: Our goal is to collect your past-due accounts, large or small, as quickly as possible. We will be firm, but fair, with your customers, but our primary objective is to collect your money. 10-day free demand services are available.

The next step we make after the account is placed is to notify your debtor and make an immediate demand for full payment. The intensity of the phone calls increases if payment is not made.

When necessary, we will forward the account to one of the bonded attorneys in our tried and proven network. You have our promise that we will exhaust all collection possibilities before recommending litigation to you.

Because we are an Association, our fees for collection are reasonable. For an outline of our fee structure contact Paul Krause. All funds collected are placed in separate trust accounts. Fees are deducted from the payments we receive. You are invoiced for the fees due on payments made direct. If you use our FREE DEMAND SERVICE and collection is made and reported to us during the 10 day period, no fee is charged.

For Further Information Contact:

Paul Krause, Collections Manager