Tampa Collection Agency
Tampa businesses have relied on The Kaplan Group to collect money for unpaid invoices since 1991. Our commercial collection agency specializes in large claims
There is no fee unless we collect.
Contingency rates range from 10% to 25%.
We are Tampa’s large commercial claims experts
We produce an 85% success rate on large viable claims.
Call us: (813)361-5910
Each collector has 10+ years of experience and many have advanced degrees (MBA, JD). We use our knowledge as company executives, consultants, entrepreneurs to determine the real reason you have not been paid. We combine that with our experience negotiating with all types of people at all levels within organizations to develop a custom strategy and approach to Get Your Money! Coupled with persistence and determination, the result is an outstanding success rate at very competitive contingency rates. Dean Kaplan personally handles all very large claims and manages all claims over $5,000. He has completed over $500 million in transactions during a 30 year career traveling to over 40 counties. He has an MBA from a top 5 university and is a frequent contributor or lecturer for InsideARM, Accounts Recovery, D&B (Dun & Bradstreet), Credit Matters, NACM (National Association of Credit Managers), Credit Today, The Debt Collector, Credit and Collection news and Riemer Reporting where we share advice for credit departments and competitors. We typically start claims within 1 business day of receiving all necessary information and provide regular detailed reports until we send you your money. Call us today or fill out the Request A Quote form to get additional information.
Call us today at (813)361-5910 and we’ll start collecting your money tomorrow!
We Understand Business in Tampa
While Tampa may have once been known primarily for its burgeoning cigar industry, modern Tampa is far more diverse than that with thriving industries including electronic equipment, medical equipment, beer, paint, fabricated steel, fertilizers, citrus products and livestock to name a few. The Kaplan Group is well equipped to work with all of these industries due to our vast experience garnered over the past 25 years. Whether you need commercial collections help in conglomerates or small businesses, The Kaplan Group knows what to do. A customized collection strategy is created for each claim received, and the results speak for themselves, an 85% success rate on viable claims (where the business is still operating). Don’t wait another minute, call us for a free quote today!
Company president Dean Kaplan was a management consultant at KPMG for eight years. During his tenure, he helped hundreds of companies with business plans, mergers, acquisitions and valuations. He owned, operated and dramatically grew a manufacturing business and has been a CFO for several technology companies.
Anne Kaplan was Associate General Counsel for Turner Broadcasting (TNT & TBS) and West Coast Counsel for the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).
Jerry Kaplan co-founded a bank and a bankruptcy preference defense company in addition to Kaplan & Kaplan, one of the largest commercial collection agencies in the country when he sold it in 1989.
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This agency has great customer service and all of their communication is very detailed and personalized. They are able to collect some really tough accounts that I never thought possible! Great agency!
-Mary Pacini, Avnet, Electronics Distributor
Tampa Collection Agency Office
Tampa Collection Agency Resources
We frequently use the resources below when collecting from Tampa companies:
Collection Agency Tips for Tampa Businesses
How can you determine fact from fiction when dealing with non paying customers? At our commercial collection agency, we have literally heard thousands of excuses used by debtors to avoid paying. When faced with a story that looks suspicious, the most effective way to get to the truth is to ask questions and get more details. Once the details have been collected, the next step is to ask the customer to provide independent corroborating evidence. Examples include an IRS notice about taxes owed, a hospital bill, a screen shot of a bank statement, etc. If the customer refuses to corroborate, it is unlikely that the customer will cooperate either. Another effective method to sniff out deceit is to ask questions about a topic that you have gather independent information about prior to the conversation with the customer. Examples of good sources include: newspaper articles, line, judgment and UCC filings, press releases and announcements made via social media. After you have determined if your customer is telling fact or fiction, you can develop a strategy to proceed and ultimately get paid.