Commercial Debt Collection Agency, Rapid Recovery Solutions Released a Statement Regarding Libraries Using Collection Agencies

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Rapid Recovery Solutions releases a statement following an article published by The Alpena News about libraries implementing collection agencies to recover materials.

On October 19, 2012, commercial debt collection agency, Rapid Recovery Solutions released a statement following an Alpena News article discussing the use of collection agencies for libraries to recover materials such as over dues and fines.

According to the article, Alpena County Library in Michigan will start using a collection agency for accounts that owe the library an overdue fee or fine that is late by 40 days and over. Library Director Eric Magness-Eubank states in the article, “We are having a serious problem with people not returning items back to the library. We all lose when people don't return the things they borrow.” Eubank then goes on to say that when the materials are not returned after being borrowed, the library has to buy more or just take the loss on that item altogether.

CEO of commercial debt collection agency, Rapid Recovery Solutions, John Monderine expressed his thoughts on the libraries decision. “I think it is a great idea. Unfortunately people are not threatened by a libraries plea to pay their overdue fees, and it is a shame that these libraries lose as a result,” says Monderine. “I believe the use of a debt collection agency will help the libraries cause and get them back the money owed to them.”

Monderine went on to stress the importance of their clients at Rapid Recovery Solutions. “We take our clients’ needs very seriously and try to help them recover their money as quickly and efficiently as possible,” Monderine said. “We will not give up until you get your money, we don’t get paid unless you get paid.”

Founded in 2006, Rapid Recoverys Solution is headquartered at the highest point of beautiful Long Island. Rapid Recovery Collection Agency is committed to recovering your funds. We believe that if motivated correctly, every debtor has the ability to pay. The key is to not alienate the debtors; which is why we attempt to align with them and offer a number of ways to resolve not only your debt but also all their debts.


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