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Collection agencies collect debts on behalf of businesses like medical centers, banks, and insurance firms. Credit card companies and other private businesses may also hire collection agencies to collect their debts. This is sometimes necessary when a company’s clients fail to pay their loans, bills, and other financial agreements. Mortgages and credit card bills are both two types of financial contracts that are made between two parties. When someone owes money but hasn’t paid in, say, three months, collection agencies may get involved. They charge a fee for their service, but work diligently to settle the debt through phone calls, letters, in-person visits, and legal action if necessary. Once a debt is paid, the collection agency closes out the account or claim. They must adhere to certain state and federal regulations, though, on how to collect a debt. If you need to hire a collection agency for your business, call the firm or visit its website for more information. Also known as credit bureaus and bounty hunters, collection agencies may charge interest rates on the accounts for commercial and residential customers. If you owe a debt collection agency money, you may be able to pay the bill online. It’s helpful to know some popular definitions in the business.

  • Creditor – A business or person to whom money is owed.
  • Skip Tracing – The act of tracking down a person to settle a debt on a financial contract, bill, plan, or other agreement.
  • Asset and Liability Searches – One service offered by collection agencies that allows them to search for assets or liabilities.
  • Pre-collection – A service offered by collection agencies that involves letters and telephone contact before more aggressive forms of collection. The level of pre-collection can be customized by the client.
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    Commercial Collection Agency Association
    Arlington Heights, IL 60006
    Your source for Collection Agencies in the Washington area. We help you find Collection Agencies for all of your collection needs in and around the Washington area.
     
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    Osi Collection Svc
    12201 Tukwila International Bl, Tukwila, WA 98168
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    (206) 315-1200
     
    User Review: "This company is terrible. They sent a letter to my residence for the wrong person. When I called they were very rude, and..." - Cindy (WA)
    Financial Assistance Inc
    10 148th Ave Ne, Bellevue, WA 98007
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    (425) 641-3235
     
    User Review: "Typical conniving collection agency, even after you point out the debt was discharged in a bankruptcy they go ahead and..."
    West Coast Adjustors
    Po Box 569 or 19711 64th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98046
    We have A proven method of reducing accounts receivable and the screening of marginal accounts. Call today.
    (425) 771-7229
    Precollection
    Po Box 85058, Seattle, WA 98145
    Sometimes sending your clients to a collections agency is not the best solution when trying to collect on past dues. Precollections offers a different approach. Instead of using heavy-handed tactics, let an accounts receivable executive collect your debts
    (206) 405-0524
    Chapmanf Financial Services
    P.o. Box 14693, Spokane, WA 99214
    Since 1930 we've been the best providers of results, rates, service, and integrity. Our combined management team has over 150 years of collection management experience. Bilingual collectors available.
    (509) 998-8092
    Fortress Colocation
    12101 Tukwila International Bl, Tukwila, WA 98168
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    (206) 214-0084
     
    User Review: "The staff was there to assist us with our move in and have solutions to all of our issues."
    Coleman and Hutton Associates
    1616 Hewitt Ave Suite 216, Everett, WA 98201
    We provide several services including collections and skip-tracing. With our full legal and process team, we are prepared for any and all avenues of resolution. Contact us for information.
    (425) 829-5360
    Armada Corp
    93 Eastmont Ave Ste 100, East Wenatchee, WA 98802
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    (509) 884-8000
     
    User Review: "Nothing was done for over 2 months when I called for the first and only time the only answer I got was in in process and no..."
    Dichter Law Office PLLC
    16708 Bothell Everett Hwy Ste 104, Bothell, WA 98012
    DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney Jonathan Dichter Can Help You! CALL US NOW FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
    (425) 424-9401
    Stunnin' Edges
    603 W. Palouse River Dr., Moscow, ID 83843
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    Inland Merchants Assoc Inc
    1613 Lemhi Dr, Moscow, ID 83843
    (208) 882-5541
    United Collection Service Inc
    16040 Christensen Rd Ste 305, Seattle, WA 98188
    (206) 682-0432
    Corporate Recoveries Inc
    560 Industry Dr, Seattle, WA 98188
    (206) 575-3222
    Credit Bureau of Island County
    1175 Se Ireland St, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
    (360) 675-5971
    Landmark Recovery Services
    550 Kirkland Way, Kirkland, WA 98033
    (425) 827-5400


    The businesses referred to as collection agencies specialize in reminding or compelling individuals with outstanding debts to make good on their financial and legal obligations. The collection agency industry acts on the basis of the legality inherent in an individual's credit, but not necessarily as the company to which the money was originally owed. In general, the collection agency field is known for the proactive and potentially antagonistic stance which it typically takes toward people who have not yet settled their credit obligations. One of the main sources of variability in the collection agency field derives from the relationship which the company has to the creditor and the debtor. As a supporting function, an agency can collect payments from a debtor of its parent company. Collection agencies of this kind may also be known as first-party collectors. On the other and, people with outstanding bills are often compelled to pay off their obligations to-called "third party" agencies. The original debtor can allow for this practice by contracting out the right to make good on a debt claim to one of those third parties. Commercial collection agencies will be paid based on a fee or a percentage based on the interest rate involved. Another third-party sector of this field consists of companies which specialize in purchasing the right to compel debtors to settle their bills. Since this financial industry sometimes engages in abusive behavior toward people with unpaid debt plans, the U.S. Congress carried out regulation through the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Cornell University's Law School maintains relevant online information. People without sufficient medical insurance to cover their bills, or other financial obligations, can thus learn about the scope and limitations of their rights, and protect themselves more effectively.
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