San Antonio Collection Agency
For over 20 years, The Kaplan Group has been providing superior results to clients who are owed money by other businesses. Our professionals have unique capabilities, allowing us to use a custom approach on each claim to Get Your Money!
There is no fee unless we collect.
Contingency rates range from 10% to 25%.
We are San Antonio’s large commercial claims experts
We produce an 85% success rate on large viable claims.
Call us: (210) 331-3631
Our collectors each have at least 10 years of experience. Many have advanced degrees (MBA, JD) and extensive international business experience as executives, advisers and consultants. Our staff has worked inside hundreds of companies of all sizes, industries, and levels which gives us unique insights into many of the companies we collect from and the people we deal with. We figure out the real reason you have not been paid and use this information to achieve success. Our expertise is recognized by the industry. Dean Kaplan, who personally handles all very large claims and oversees all claims over $5,000, is a frequent lecturer at industry events sponsored by Riemer Reporting, D&B (Dun & Bradstreet), and NACM (National Association of Credit Managers). His articles appear regularly in Credit Today, InsideARM, Accounts Recovery, Credit Matters, The Debt Collector, and Credit and Collection News. He has completed over $500 million in transactions during his 30 year international business career including travel to over 40 countries. We utilize this unique experience, capability and insight to achieve outstanding results on all claims. To hire the premier San Antonio commercial collection agency, call us today or fill out the Request A Quote form to get an immediate response by email.
Call us today at (210) 331-3631 and we’ll start collecting your money tomorrow!
We Understand Business in San Antonio
San Antonio is a dynamic and diverse economy with a healthy mix of businesses including such industries as biomedical, biotechnology, aircraft manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing and even truck manufacturing. A major hub in south central Texas, San Antonio’s businesses are as diverse as its population. The Kaplan Group has vast experience in a multitude of industries and businesses of all sizes. Dean Kaplan has been a CFO for numerous technology companies in Silicon Valley, and this experience results in outstanding success rate for technology clients located throughout the country. In addition, The Kaplan Group has a unique collection process where a specific collection strategy is developed for each claim’s unique situation. This approach enables our experienced collectors to collect on 85% of viable claims (claims where the debtor is still in business). We’ve been collecting in San Antonio for a long time. Let us put our experience to work for you!
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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Dean is a trusted adviser. His communication skills and negotiating prowess, along with his deep understanding of human nature make him an exceptional debt collector and business negotiator. He’s always surpassed my expectations.
– Jeffrey Clark
San Antonio Collection Agency Office
Address:The Kaplan Group
11550 Interstate Highway 10, #180
San Antonio, TX 78320
San Antonio Collection Agency Resources
We frequently use the resources below when collecting from San Antonio companies:
Collection Agency Tips for San Antonio Businesses
If an account becomes delinquent, putting a hold on future orders can be an effective way to encourage the customer to pay. We see time and again businesses continuing to ship product to a customer who has previously had a good payment record even when their account becomes delinquent. The reason for this is the company does not want to risk upsetting the business relationship. The problem with this strategy is that this puts the company at a greater risk of losses if the customer does not rectify its account. By putting a hold on future shipments, this shifts pressure to the customer to pay the past-due invoices, especially if they rely on the company’s product for its business operations. Once the payment problem is resolved, the hold on the account can be removed and business as usual can recommence. If the account is never rectified, your company will be better off not having shipped additional product to the customer.