In-House vs. Third-Party Collections: The Decision is Yours

Publisher: Shaw Systems Associates, LLC

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In-House vs. Third-Party Collections: The Decision is Yours

All lenders are faced with the decision of how to collect on delinquent borrowers: collect in-house or pay a third party to collect on your behalf. The fact that there is a decision to make implies that the answer isn’t the same for everyone. There are benefits and risks on both sides.