CollectionTree.com Expands Its List of Collection Agencies

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CollectionTree.com, an online debt management platform that matches businesses with collection agencies, is inviting more collection agencies to join its list. All collection agencies are welcome sign up for free and will be reviewed by CollectionTree.com. If approved, collection agencies will be considered for placements from CollectionTree.com clients who have bad debt.

the better we can serve our clients. There are also perks for the collection agencies.

CollectionTree.com has announced that it will be adding to its list of collection agencies. Since its founding, the online debt management platform has matched small businesses with collection agencies. The matches are beneficial for both CollectionTree.com clients, who see their bad debt collected faster, and for collection agencies, as they are constantly being considered for automatic customer referrals.

The unique process developed by CollectionTree.com automates the process of analyzing a client's bad debt and matching it to a collection agency based on the characteristics of the bad debt. This process makes it simple to refer clients to CollectionTree.com's collection agencies - a group they hope to see grow.

"The longer our list of collection agencies," explained founder, Ryan Neuweg, "the better we can serve our clients. There are also perks for the collection agencies." Neuweg elaborated, "There is no sign-up fee for collection agencies, and if you're approved we may start directing clients to you immediately."

CollectionTree.com has also simplified the sign-up process for collection agencies and states it can be quickly completed online. After agencies submit their information, CollectionTree.com examines the submissions for approval and notifies agencies when a decision has been made. Collection agencies that have been approved are then listed on CollectionTree.com and added to the internal analysis software that automatically matches clients' bad debt with collection agencies.

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