Introduction to Account Brokers Inc.

Account Services Collections Contact Details

To affect the recovery of the client’s delinquent accounts in the most expedient, efficient and ethical manner possible, while honoring and protecting the clients’ reputation and standing in their profession and community.

Who are they?

Founded in 1981 in Denver, Colorado, and expanding to Fort Collins, Colorado in 1989. Account Brokers are members in good standing of the: American Collectors Association (ACA) – Associated Collection Agencies – Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce – Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) – American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM) – Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), Northern Colorado Chapter – Experian Credit Reporting – Trans Union Credit Reporting – CBI Equifax Credit Reporting.

Full-Service Collection Agency

Account Brokers, Inc. & Account Brokers of Larimer County, Inc. is a true “Full Service Agency.” By “Full-Service”, they mean that they are capable of handling their clients’ accounts receivable through all phases of the account management and collections process. To begin with, one of their Accounts Receivable Executives, at your option, can visit your location to conduct an analysis and determine whether or not you have a collection “problem,”. If there is an issue, then they offer advice and demonstrate how you can decrease the amount and costs of those collections.

Next, they offer a unique “pre-collection” package that solves one of the most frustrating and important problems in business today. The recovery of past due accounts without damaging client/customer relations. The “pre-collection” option can successfully collect many of these delinquent accounts for less than $10.00 per account with NO additional charges whatsoever. In so doing, it will save you time and money, and by reducing your internal billing costs by up to 50%. It can reduce your “in-house” collection costs by approximately 70-80%, while completely eliminating the tension in customer relations.

If “Pre-Collection” is inappropriate for your type of accounts, or for those few that do not or will not pay to your satisfaction through the pre-collection phase, then their “regular-collection” departments are more than able to handle them. Their trained staff will pursue every practical legal means, from custom-tailored letters, personal telephone contact, extensive skip-tracing and asset searches, throughout the legal process of the suit, judgement, and an attachment, to secure the collection of your accounts. For all legal matters, this firm maintains two attorneys on retainer to oversee document preparation, provide counseling and to formally represent them in all civil matters. They do not charge their clients for any litigation, and all actions are brought to the court, in their name on your behalf.

One or more of these services may be utilized either independently or in tandem at your option.

Account Brokers Inc. Contact Details

Address: 4597 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
Phone: 303-458-8980
Fax: 303-458-0912

Customer Reviews of Account Brokers Inc.

Clients/Sales information email address: [email protected]
Account Manager Support email address: [email protected]

Customer Reviews of Account Brokers Inc.

Customer Reviews of Account Brokers Inc.

Read the below mentioned BBB review in which the customer’s credit report was pessimistically shown as being indebted for $161:

Harassment by Account Brokers Inc.

  • Establishing contact with you many times a day, or early morning or late night
  • Pursuing you on social networking sites
  • Pressuring you to sell your property or get more credit
  • Hiring more than one debt collector to follow you for payments
  • Hiding from you that the debt has been passed on to a debt collection agency
  • Using fake paperwork or business logos. For instance, sending you letters that look just like the court forms
  • Pressuring you to pay the entire outstanding amount at once, or pay larger installments.
  • Trying to harm you physically or verbally
  • Ignoring you if in your opinion you don’t owe the money
  • Trying to humiliate publicly
  • Sharing your debt details with someone else
  • Using another person to give you the messages, including neighbors, family members, etc.
  • Implying that legal action can be taken when it can’t. For example, implying that your home can be taken from you without a court order
  • Falsely claiming to be working for the court or be a bailiff
  • Giving the impression that not paying the debt is a criminal offense. For most debts, it is not a criminal offense if you don’t pay them
  • Giving the impression that court action has been taken against you when it hasn’t
  • Physically threatening you or your family
  • Using force or threatening to use force against you or your family
  • Serving any false legal documents
  • Giving, or threatening to give, information to the consumer’s employer that may affect their opportunities as an employee
  • Spreading, or threatening to spread, any false information about your creditworthiness
  • Presenting themselves as police officers, sheriffs or officers of the court
  • Charging more than the fees set down by the Council

How Can Debt Academy Help You?

It is illegal for debt collectors to harass or abuse individuals, and if you are behind on your bills, it’s almost certain that debt collectors will be contacting you. If a debt collector violates the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), a lawyer from Debt Academy can take action on your behalf against the debt collector to stop the harassment and obtain monetary compensation for you.

At Debt Academy, we often help people with collection harassment and debt collection issues. When you need an advocate to stand up for you, we are here to represent your interests. Debt Academy attorneys handle all of our bankruptcy matters. They are well-known in the area for his legal abilities in bankruptcy law and consumer protection law. They have been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine as a Rising Star in the area of consumer law.