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CompassioNATE Collections

(written by Martin Sher) Well I’m sitting in my den making some notes for my blog, and I write down the word Compassionate.  My topic was there staring me in the face! NATE! The last four letters of compassionate spell … Continue reading

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CompassioNATE Collections

(written by Martin Sher) Well I’m sitting in my den making some notes for my blog, and I write down the word Compassionate.  My topic was there staring me in the face! NATE! The last four letters of compassionate spell … Continue reading

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Fried Chicken And Credit Scores

By Martin Sher, AmSher Co-CEO Over the next few months, I want to use this blog to help get people out of debt.  I grew up in a family business that helped thousands of people get their first credit account … Continue reading

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“Compassionate” Should Start with a K

By Martin Sher, AmSher Co-CEO What does it take to be a likeable bill collector? Many would say it’s an impossible task. But not Karlene. In her 10 years as an AmSher collector, Karlene has called literally thousands of people … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln had a credit score of 387

By Martin Sher, AmSher Co-CEO Most people in the United States are honest and intend to pay their bills.  It has been that way for about 237 years – that is why our credit system has thrived and our standard … Continue reading

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Three keys to successful collection calls

If you want to be successful when it comes to making collection calls and actually collecting debt, just remember these things:

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Personal Visit: most effective and least used

Most people would prefer not to confront their debtors face-to-face. However, as the following story demonstrates, it is the most effective method of collection. (As told by Martin Sher.)  I received a frantic call from a business friend of mine. … Continue reading

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