Brooksville, FL (February 8, 2012) — Aspen National Collections, the timeshare/shared ownership industry’s premier collection agency, released the second in a series of bulletins directed at assisting timeshare homeowner associations and operators to protect their portfolio of annual maintenance fees and installment receivables. The latest bulletin – Aspen Tips #2 – addresses how to deal with new owners who fail to make their first payment. Also, Aspen professionals Buzz Waloch and David Combs advise resort operators on how to select a collection agency and what type of service should be expected.
Aspen is making their series of informative bulletins available free-of-charge for download on their web site, AspenNational.com and will provide periodic updates to subscribers on their mailing list. For example, the previous bulletin addressed the most common mistakes resort operators tend to make when managing receivables and how resort operators can keep their portfolios as healthy as possible over the long-term.
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 888-855-5333, 760-840-9678, email@example.com or David Combs at 800-283-2797, 970-250-6592, firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit AspenNational.com for more information or to subscribe to the series, “Aspen Tips for Better Portfolio Management.”
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