Our members in Chicago, St. Louis and Update New York are singing the praises of Tim Paulsen’s classes. They have backed that up by incredibly high scores on their evaluations.Lillian Novak
Here is what we do:
Training programs on-site or on-line
Consulting to deliver and document the best practices, written, video and testing
Provide collection tools like The Excuse Terminator © to improve productivity
Here is what you get:
The collection of more of your money, faster, keeping your hard earned customers
Get the experts you need with In-house training delivered at your site.
The members of the National Association of Credit Management Connect in Chicago, St. Louis and Upstate New York are singing the praises of Tim Paulsen’s classes, and they have backed that up by incredibly high scores on their evaluations.Lillian Novak
The seminar in Kuala Lumpur was one of the best I ever attended. Your way of sharing your experience and talent is very practical and realAdel Abdulla
How may we help you? Our in-house programs are customer tailored to suit your business and your team.
On-site training, your location, anywhere in the world.
Fast, Cheap AND good, two on-line programs for immediate access and results
Collection books and products (including “The Excuse Terminator”)
On-line training – Study and earn designation as CFCP (Certified Financial Collection Professional)
The CollectABILITY Index Assessment – find out if your candidate has what it takes before you hire them
We would be honored to work with you and your team.
I have operated in this field for more than 12 years thru many accreditation courses, workshops and sessions…I found it rare to see someone with your caliber in terms of professionalism and dedication.Jean Chidiac
A one day seminar - anywhere - FREE! Is there a catch? Sure!
Just a quick note to say that today I helped a client with a collection letter, he didn’t really want to make an insurance claim so he asked me for help designing a collection letter that was strongly worded.
So, I pulled out my copy of “Collect those debts” from 1992. The pages have yellowed somewhat, but the message remains pertinent and relevant today… I’d say even more than ever… Keep it short and sweet when writing a collection letter. This book is by far the best resource I could ever recommend.
Is it too late to say “Thank you”?Michelle Davy