Collections Manual for Credit Unions
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Make Your Collections Efforts Pay!
Almost every credit union has room for improvements in its collections process. Collections Manual for Credit Unions gives you the tools and information you need to make your collections process as productive and safe as possible.
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• Comprehensive, hands-on guidance for running an effective collections operation that integrates the latest best practices, legal considerations, and regulatory issues
• Sample collections letters, policies, procedures, and questionnaires that have been proven to work in other institutions
• Timely, periodic updates to keep you current with the ongoing changes in this high-risk area -- and help you minimize your risks and maximize your recoveries
The Collections Manual for Credit Unions takes a real-life approach to a credit union's unique sensibilities and concerns. It shows you how to prevent bad debt and minimize losses, gives you sample collection letters and call scripts, explains skip tracing techniques, and covers legal procedures you can use. So whether you're setting up an in-house department or you want to improve your current process to avoid problems and increase recoveries, this is your blueprint for an effective, efficient collections organization.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Precollection Considerations and the Loan Application
Chapter 2: Setting Up the Collections Department
Chapter 3: When You Think Things Are Going Bad
Chapter 4: Collection Techniques
Chapter 5: Skip Tracing
Chapter 5A: Military Collections
Mass Layoffs, Bankruptcy
Chapter 6: How to Handle the Mass Layoff
Chapter 7: Bankruptcy
Methods of Recovery
Chapter 8: The Charge-Off Process
Chapter 9: Life After Charge-Off: How to Make a Bad Account Work for You
Chapter 10: Workouts and Settlements
Chapter 11: Auto Repossession
Chapter 12: Real Estate Workouts and Foreclosure
Legal and Regulatory Issues
Chapter 13: The Law: How to Use It to Collect on Your Debts
Chapter 14: Statutes and Regulations That Apply to Federal Credit Unions
Chapter 15: Probate