The Advantages of an Early Collection Letter Over a Dunning Notice
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The good news is that our company and customer base is growing rapidly. The bad news is that our company and customer base is growing rapidly. The owner of our company is reluctant to allow me to hire someone to take up the slack. This means that we have to work even harder to control delinquencies. Unfortunately, it became apparent a couple of months ago that we were falling behind when it came to making collection calls to customers. We were prioritizing calls, meaning that larger customers were being called, but certain smaller delinquent accounts were being skipped because of time constraints. Key measures used by this firm to address their collection challenges. . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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