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What do you want?

Perhaps you have just started in collections. Maybe you have been ‘around’ for a number of years. New or seasoned, we have what you need to take you to the next level as a professional.

How about a quick, inexpensive online program? We have it. Something more detailed, taking a few months and leading to designation as a Certified Collection Professional? That would be our PACE Program. On the other hand, perhaps you are a DIY (Do It Yourself) type and want to read some of the best books on accounts receivable? We’ve got them too.

There is more…including onsite training and tailoring online programs just for you and your team. Please get in touch to find out more.

Want to know more?

A very popular online training program – simple, inexpensive, a lot of fun and very good.

Includes the classic and ‘must have’ book on professional collections, ‘PAID IN FULL’.

Also, ‘How Would Confucius Collect a Past-Due Invoice’, The Reluctant Collector, Sex, Lies & Negotiation Techniques. 

All ebooks are only $9.95 and ‘The Mentorship’ learning from the success and mistakes of others is free.

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 For the serious minded collection professional, supervisor or manager.

This online program may take as long as three months to complete, includes all ebooks, assignments and testing that leads to designation as a CFCP (Certified Financial Collection Professional). Students choose either consumer or commercial discipline.

We have the best Accounts Receivable trainers in the world. 

Certification programs may be delivered to your team at your location. We love to travel!

Respectfully, forget what we have. Tell us how we can help you!

It costs nothing to start a discussion to determine if we can tailor programs or consulting that will suit you and your business.

I thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the course. I am now convinced after nearly 30 years in collections both in the UK and in the USA, that it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks. Well done to you guys!
Terry Walling

President, U. S. Asset Corporation