The Kaplan Group Introduces Videos Explaining the Debt Collection and Collection Litigation Process
The Kaplan Group, a boutique commercial collection agency that specializes in collecting large claims, announces the public availability of a series of 7 internet videos that describe the debt collection process for unpaid business-to-business invoices. The videos are designed for corporate executives, small business owners and credit staff who are unfamiliar with commercial debt collection. The videos cover a wide variety of topics, including factors to consider when choosing a collection agency, debt collection techniques, collection litigation and the judgment collection process.
“We are very pleased to make this information available on our website for any business that is having difficulty collecting receivables.” says Dean Kaplan, President of The Kaplan Group. “We get so many inquiries about this that we realized there was a big benefit for the credit industry if we could organize this information and make it readily accessible to anyone who needs a better understanding about third party collections and collection litigation.” The videos are available at www.kaplancollectionagency.com/debt-collection-process.
“This is a very informative video series”, says Martha Perkins, who used Kaplan’s services as a Senior Credit Analyst at Pearson Education and Penguin Books. “Kaplan provided great internal training programs for us along with their collection services, and these videos are at that same high value level”.
About The Kaplan Group
The Kaplan Group is a boutique commercial collection agency founded in 1991. The company only handles B2B debt and has unique expertise for large claims. The Kaplan Group has a long history of providing educational programs and material to the credit industry. They have provided numerous free continuing education programs to credit managers at events sponsored by Riemer Reporting Service, National Association of Credit Managers and Dun & Bradstreet as well as for clients. They can be reached at 805-541-2639 or firstname.lastname@example.org