Collection Agency Rapid Recovery Solution Comments on an Article Regarding the Canadian Federal Government’s Attempt to Collect Millions in Unpaid Fines

Rapid Recovery Solution reacts to an article published for The Globe and Mail discussing the $129 million dollars’ worth of unpaid fines that the Canadian federal government is attempting to collect with the help of a private debt collection agency.

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Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) September 04, 2012

On September 4th, collection agency Rapid Recovery Solution responds to an article published for The Globe and Mail concerning how Canada’s federal government is using a private debt collection agency to help collect over a million dollars’ worth of criminal related unpaid fines.

According to the article, a collection through The National Fine Recovery Program will be executed in order to recover the near $129 million dollars’ worth of unpaid fines from approximately 22,000 people. Blair Crew, a law professor at the University of Ottawa, explains, “The government might be able to save more than what they give up to the collection agency, making it a cost-effective way to still recoup the fines.” In addition, the article explains that Canada’s Conservative government wishes to appear “tough on crime and tough on costs.” The article states that working with a private collection agency encourages their “tough on crime” approach.

The Globe and Mail expresses that the program will end next March and when it does it will save the Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) “$1.6 million by 2013-2014.” According to John Monderine, CEO for collection agency Rapid Recovery Solution, “I think dumping $1.6 million in guaranteed salaries, trying to collect accounts that are extremely hard to collect, will be a big money saver for the government.”

According to the article, the PPSC claims that approximately 2,000 people owe more than $10,000. In addition, thousands of Canadian citizens owe between $1,000 and $10,000 while over 5,000 people owe less than $250 in unpaid fines. As reported in The Globe and Mail, most people who go to jail for unpaid fines are those who can afford to clear them but refuse to pay.

Founded in 2006, Rapid Recovery Solution, Inc. is stationed at the highest point of beautiful Long Island. Rapid Recoverys Collections Company is committed to recovering your funds and believes that every debtor contains the ability to pay if motivated in the right way. We don't alienate the debtors; we strive to team up with them and suggest various ways to resolve not only your debt their debts as well.
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