Monthly Archives: October 2019

Rising from the Red

2019-10-30T15:32:42+00:00October 30th, 2019|Debt Collections|

With Halloween fully upon us (tomorrow, that is), we’re in the thick of the spookiest season of the year…chilly clouds of autumn mist snake their way across barren fields and lakes, making even the brightest of mornings seem strangely sinister; dead leaves hurl themselves from skeletal trees, and night falls faster and faster with

Questions about our Quality

2019-10-23T18:53:19+00:00October 23rd, 2019|ABC's of Financial Freedom, Debt Collections|

Quality of service is a widespread topic in most businesses, no matter the size.  How can a company maintain consistency in quality to retain customers and grow the business?  Now being a collection agency, we have a difficult time proving that we have this consistency in quality with the consumers we work with, because

A Psychological Perspective

2019-10-17T18:08:45+00:00October 17th, 2019|ABC's of Financial Freedom, KLS Recommendations|

A few weeks ago, we discussed a number of methods by which you can slowly begin to loosen your grip on your finances and learn how to banish the guilt that can sometimes accompany personal spending. In this article, I’d like to harken back to that same topic of conversation and touch upon a

Overdue Financial Organization

2019-10-09T18:39:50+00:00October 9th, 2019|ABC's of Financial Freedom, KLS Recommendations, Tips and Tricks|

Two years ago, I was a financial disaster.  I was ignoring my student loans, waiting until the very last minute to pay my utilities (to the point where I was making excuses for why they were being cut off) and dodging collection calls - and I work in finance!  Over this past year, I

Nip that Negative Score in the Bud

2019-10-02T18:58:53+00:00October 2nd, 2019|ABC's of Financial Freedom, KLS Recommendations, Tips and Tricks|

If you’ve ever received a phone call from KLS, you were probably informed as a courtesy that your credit report has the potential to be negatively impacted by any unpaid balances. While the majority of our consumers appreciate the heads up, we also hear the relatively common retort of, “go ahead – I don’t