Check a Customer's Collection Credit Report for Your Bankruptcy Law Practice
MicroBilt's credit report services provide to your bankruptcy law practice rapid access to accurate and reliable information gathered from the largest consumer and business credit reporting databases in the country.
To conduct a collection credit check on a customer at your bankruptcy law practice we recommend:
MicroBilt's collections credit reports from Experian and TransUnion are designed to give the collections professional the comprehensive information needed to take action when the chances of recovery are highest. To increase your chances of recovery, you need accurate and organized information to quickly identify, prioritize and take action on derogatory accounts. A collections credit report is a modified credit report designed specifically for the collections industry.
Approximately 50 million Americans have little or no credit history on file with the Experian, Equifax and TransUnion credit bureaus, yet they earn a steady income and meet regular payment obligations of rent, utilities, and recurring bills. The PRBC Consumer Report provides property data, bank account data and employment information.
As decision criteria rapidly evolve in a changing market, a cohesive process is required to quickly implement changes in decisioning logic, credit policy, and business rules while maintaining the integrity of established performance standards.
MicroBilt offers to your bankruptcy law practice the leading identity verification products and services and cutting edge authentication products that will minimize your risk. As part of each application, MicroBilt provides a complementary suite of verification tools; MicroBilt applications can automatically verify and populate an address, verify your applicant's phone number, validate Social Security numbers and check the Social Security Administration's death master file for a match.