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Free Services from CST

12/ 12/ 2016

Some things in life really are free. Contact CST for FREE information on your accounts over $5,000! Our debtor search may assist you by identifying accounts that have already been placed with CST by others.

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What does the legal term "discovery" really mean?

11/ 16/ 2016

Once a defendant (usually the debtor) files an answer to the summons and complaint filed by the plaintiff (usually the creditor), both parties are given the opportunity to "discover" all evidence the other side possesses to support its position in the lawsuit.

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The A-B-C's of an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors

7/ 14/ 2016

An Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (commonly referred to as an ABC) is an effective, quick and cost-effective method of liquidating the assets of a financially distressed debtor without going through the US Bankruptcy Courts.

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Are all delinquent accounts created equal?

5/ 2/ 2016

CST does not take a cookie-cutter approach to handling collection accounts. When an account is submitted to CST, we initially check our vast account database for previous collection activity.

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What is the Value of an Old Judgment?

1/ 13/ 2016

A customer owed you money but wouldn't pay. You sued several years ago to try and collect but at that time, your customer had no attachable assets. He or she was "judgment proof". In other words, even though you had a judgment, your customer was uncollectible. As there was nothing more that could be done, the file was retired and you were told to write off the balance.

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Coverage

Accounts handled worldwide. Outside reps available for in-person visits.

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Experience

Over 90 years in business. Adjustors (collectors) average over 15 years of experience.

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Commercial Collection Agencies of America IACC Credentials

Founding Member of Commercial Collection Agencies of America
and member IACC. Licensed
and bonded in all states requiring commercial agency licensing.

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