New Debt Collection Agency Cicero Capital Debuts for the Small Businesses Legal and Healthcare Sectors
October 16, 2012
At a time when the economic recovery is slow, unemployment rates give no sign of dropping and gas prices are soaring, the debt collection agencies are having to work harder and innovate new collection tactics, while sticking strictly to the limits of FTC (News - Alert) regulations.
Jonathan Roven has launched a new debt collection agency with the promise of offering the best services at the most affordable prices.
Cicero Capital, LLC, the new debt collection agency will provide two services: debt collection and debt purchasing for the medical, legal, consumer and commercial markets.
In a news statement, Roven clarified that his company will employ a method, which is vigorous, at the same time mindful of its clients’ privacy. The company will utilize the trusted methods of collection calls and lawsuits, where it is necessary.
If a business wishes to collect on their past due accounts, Cicero will use its unique and vigorous collection methods to help generate the most revenue from those accounts. If a company would like to receive instant cash for their old accounts, Cicero also offers to buy those accounts directly from the company.
“This company was started to help both businesses and individuals make more money and achieve financial confidence. and the best way to do that is to make sure that when a business does their job, they get paid for it,” Roven said in a statement.
The new debt collection service prides itself on the privacy of its accounts. Roven, who was in charge of debt collection for his father’s medical office for several years, while attending law school, became familiar with the delicate nature of a consumer’s financial information.
Founded on the idea that if a business does the work, they should be paid for it, Cicero offers a competitive rate of 25 percent per account.
Edited by Brooke Neuman