San Fran­cisco Col­lec­tion Agency

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Our pro­fes­sion­als have unique busi­ness expe­ri­ence to meet the col­lec­tion agency require­ments of San Fran­cisco com­pa­nies.  Dean Kaplan has worked for sev­eral ven­ture backed com­pa­nies as a con­sul­tant or senior exec­u­tive and closed over $500 mil­lion in M&A, JV, fundrais­ing and IP Licens­ing deals.  We get supe­rior debt col­lec­tion results using this experience.

  • 85% Suc­cess Rate on claims over $10,000 against open businesses
  • No cost unless we collect
  • Com­pet­i­tive con­tin­gency rates (10% — 25%)

Each debt col­lec­tor has 10+ years of expe­ri­ence and sev­eral have advanced degrees.  This allows us to take a cus­tom approach on each claim to max­i­mize the like­li­hood of suc­cess.  We don’t have call cen­ters, pre­dic­tive dialers, or script read­ing col­lec­tors.  We fig­ure out why you aren’t get­ting paid and how to get your money.  We have an in house law firm and do a full sec­ond debt col­lec­tion effort under its name if necessary.

Our expert advice is fre­quently pub­lished in Credit & Col­lec­tion News, Insid­eARM, Cred­it­To­day,The Debt Col­lec­tor and Accounts Recov­ery and in our Resource Cen­ter and blog. We are fre­quent pre­sen­ters at con­fer­ences spon­sored by NACM (National Asso­ci­a­tion of Credit Man­age­ment), D&B (Dun & Brad­street) and Riemer Report­ing.  Put this indus­try rec­og­nized exper­tise on your unpaid invoices in San Fran­cisco and through­out the USA.  Fill out the Request A Quote form and you will get an imme­di­ate response by email with our rates and 1 page con­tract for your review or call us right now at 805–541-2639 to about the specifics of your situation.

We Under­stand San Fran­cisco Business

Tourism, finan­cial ser­vices, and high tech are main dri­vers of the local econ­omy.  Our prin­ci­pals have direct expe­ri­ence in each of these areas, from run­ning con­ven­tions and doing hotel deals, to co-founding a bank as well as serv­ing as a senior exec­u­tive for mul­ti­ple ven­ture cap­i­tal backed com­pa­nies.  This expe­ri­ence enables us to under­stand what is really hap­pen­ing with non-paying busi­ness cus­tomers and then fig­ure out how to col­lect what is owed.

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Tes­ti­mo­ni­als:

"I have used the ser­vices of The Kaplan Group for over 10 years. This is a pro­fes­sional orga­ni­za­tion that does an out­stand­ing job in col­lect­ing amounts that some­times seem impos­si­ble to col­lect. I highly rec­om­mend The Kaplan Group.."

–Pete M., Equip­ment Rental Company

San Fran­cisco Col­lec­tion Agency Office

Address:
The Kaplan Group
1 San­some Street, Suite 3500
San Fran­cisco, CA 94104

Phone: (415) 361‑0483

San Fran­cisco Col­lec­tion Agency Resources

We fre­quently use the resources listed below when col­lect­ing from San Fran­cisco companies:

 Col­lec­tion Agency Tips for San Fran­cisco Businesses:

Extend­ing credit to busi­ness cus­tomers is just like a bank giv­ing a com­pany a line of credit.  Before the bank does this, they col­lect infor­ma­tion on the com­pany and care­fully ana­lyze it.  Busi­nesses need to do the same thing before extend­ing credit.

Many com­pa­nies sub­scribed to credit eval­u­a­tion ser­vices and sim­ply rely on these to deter­mine the credit wor­thi­ness of a new cus­tomer.  These reports do pro­vide valu­able infor­ma­tion.  Clearly if a busi­ness has been estab­lished for many years and pays its ven­dors on a timely basis, that will give you comfort.

But a credit report alone is not enough to pro­tect you if some­thing goes wrong.  A well designed credit appli­ca­tion col­lects impor­tant infor­ma­tion in the event of prob­lems, and it is your oppor­tu­nity to state the legal terms of your busi­ness rela­tion­ship with your cus­tomer.  For tips on how to review the infor­ma­tion on a credit appli­ca­tion, see this arti­cle in our resource center.