Central FL (October 2, 2012) — Aspen National Collections announced recently they are to be sponsors of the Timeshare Board Members Association (TBMA), being held October 28-30, 2012 in San Diego, California. Aspen Principals Buzz Waloch and David Combs will be addressing the audience on the topic of maintenance fee delinquencies – what can be done to prevent them and minimize their impact.
Aspen recently released the sixth of a series of bulletins providing instructive information on the subject of installment loan/maintenance fee portfolio management for timeshare resorts. Their tip bulletins can be accessed online at the company’s web site – http://aspennational.com/collections/services/timeshare.html
“David and I will be sharing a large amount of the information from our bulletins,” says Waloch. “But I will also have some real-life examples to talk about that will help board members see how other timeshare resorts have improved their delinquency rates and increased their revenues.”
“We will also be available to share information about our company to give HOA board members an idea of what a professional agency does and how they interact with the resort,” says Combs.
About Aspen National Collections
Aspen National Collections is a national agency with specialized expertise in consumer debt collections for companies involved in timeshare or vacation ownership resorts. Professional collectors are carefully trained in reminding owners/members of the value of their vacation purchase. They are skilled at performing their work in a firm, assertive manner, while adhering to Aspen National’s commitment to high ethical standards. Aspen customizes collection programs to fit the resort’s needs and prides itself on working every account to the fullest. For more information, contact Buzz Waloch at 1-888-855-5333, (760) 840-9678, [email protected] or David Combs at 1-800-283-2797, 1-970-250-6592, [email protected]. Visit AspenNational.com for more information and to subscribe to the series, “Aspen Tips for Better Portfolio Management.”
SOURCE: Aspen National Collections