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Massachusetts Collection Agencies Can Get Back What's Rightfully Yours

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Massachusetts Collection Agencies
Massachusetts is the birthplace of some of the world's most notable inventions. The first computer, telephone and anesthesia were all invented here, according to the Massachusetts Office of Housing and Economic Development. This history of business innovation has contributed to the rise of this state's major industries, including healthcare, technology and finance. Whether your business is a major player in one of those fields or a small company just getting off the ground, you may find it easier to stick to the budget when outsource debt collection to a Massachusetts collection agency.

Collection agencies have earned an unfair reputation as unethical, but the majority abide by fair business practices. Federal laws dictate how a collection agency can go about dealing with debtors, and those laws strictly prohibit harassing phone calls or bullying tactics that could reflect poorly on your business. To make sure the agency you choose is reputable, check that it's licensed with the state and has a clean record with the Better Business Bureau before entering into a contract.

It's also best to make sure you understand how the agency plans to do business before sending over your delinquent customer accounts:

  • Read the entire contract, and ask questions about any language you find unclear.
  • Ask to see a sample letter to get a feel for the company's overall tone when communicating with debtors.
  • Ask for a detailed written summary of the agency's rates and fees.

If you've decided it's time to work with a collection agency, let Collection Agency Research help you find the right one. Our free Massachusetts Collection Agency quote request service will match you to multiple agencies in your area so you can compare rates and services before settling on just one.

Collection Agency Research matches you to collection agencies in all cities and towns in Massachusetts, including:

  • Boston
  • Worcester
  • Springfield
  • Lowell
  • Cambridge
  • Brockton
  • New Bedford
  • Fall River
  • Lynn
  • Quincy