Goldstein & Dun Associates FAQ
What happens when you place an account for collection?
· We begin collection proceedings immediately upon receipt of your request by sending a letter advising the debtor that the account has been placed with Goldstein & Dun Associates
· By law, as a collection agency, we are required to inform the debtor of his/her rights and provide him/her with pertinent information regarding his/her past-due account.
· Therefore, in our initial communication we include:
The name of the creditor
The amount due
A notice that the debtor has thirty (30) days from the date of the letter to dispute the claim and/or request verification of the debt.
How long do you continue collections efforts?
It depends on the individual case, but roughly we recommend 90 – 120 days.
Do you report accounts to credit bureaus?
We do in most cases report accounts to credit bureaus, unless our client requests we do not.
How much do you charge for collections?
We only charge if we collect, and rates are very competitive in this market.
Do you send us reports monthly?
We send reports monthly, or as needed.
What do you do if it gets to a point where an Attorney needs to be involved?
All considerations will be discussed with the client, and they will be given all options for resolution.
How can I submit accounts to your agency?
You can submit on the web at www.gdcollectionagency.com or by fax to 347-448-8490
What is the minimum amount or number of accounts I can submit to Goldstein & Dun Associates?
We accept any amount of accounts.
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