Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Alaska debt solutions from Financial Collection Agency of Anchorage Inc:
Q: How do you collect accounts?
A: In performing collection account liquidation, Financial Collection Agency is sensitive to the negative effects of overzealous recovery efforts and is aware and respectful of the rights of legally responsible patients and consumers. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) guides staff actions ensuring that a positive public image of both the client and Financial Collection Agency is maintained.
Q: Why should I use an Alaska debt solutions service?
A: The use of a quality third party billing/ debt collection service provides the client the following benefits:
- Reduced overhead
- Increased cash flow
- Increased production
- Minimizes future bad debt problems
- Maximizes profitability
Q: How much does the debt collection service cost?
A: There are no up front costs associated with the Alaska debt solutions service of bad collection accounts. A contingency fee is charged based on a negotiated percentage. In other words, “No collection, no charge.” (Collection accounts only)
Q: When do I get my money once it is collected?
A: Any money’s collected on behalf of clients is remitted the following month that recovery was made.
Q: How do I assign accounts?
A: Financial Collection Agency can list accounts in a variety of ways via:
- Personally Pickup
Q: What documents does Financial Collection Agency need to collect the account?
A: Financial Collection Agency needs of the following documents: (If Available)
- Ledger history or itemized statement
- Patient/Consumer registration or application
- Contract, promissory note or agreement
Q: How does my company get paid?
A: Financial Collection Agency remits by check via its trust account.
Q: Where is Financial Collection Agency located and how do I contact Financial Collection Agency of Anchorage Inc?
Phone: (907) 274-6683
Fax: (907) 272-2925