When I ran a job board, we used Trans World Systems. (www.transworldsystems.com) They offered a variety of collection styles...friendly reminders to 'guido'. You can manage your entire collection process online...from submittal…"
When I ran a job board, we used Trans World Systems. (www.transworldsystems.com) They offered a variety of collection styles...friendly reminders to 'guido'. You can manage your entire collection process online...from submittal to tracking what Trans World is doing. I believe it was a flat fee for 'x' number of submittals over 'x' period of time. (ex. 30 submittals over 24 months) As long as it was the passive collection process, you received 100% + any late fees you may attach to the collection. If it went to the aggressive model, I believe it was a 60/40 split in your favor. My contact was a Rey Ramos out of Arizona. I found them fair in their prices to us, and above average in their collection performance. Sorry I do not have his direct line anymore as I no longer run a job board. Now I just sell the software to power your board.
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