CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable management and collection services, earned a place among the top 10 Best Places to Work in Collections, as ranked by leading industry publication insideARM. CCMR3 ranked no. 8, jumping six spots from the previous year in the Small Company category.
CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable management and collection services, is proud to announce it has been Certified™ by Great Place to Work®. This prestigious recognition is based on anonymous feedback from employees about their experience working at CCM, with 100% of employees saying it’s a great place to work, compared to 59% of employees at the average U.S. company.
CCMR3 is proud to announce it can now provide debt collection services to U.S. government entities through its newly awarded U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule.
CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable management and collection services, is proud to announce the promotion of Elyssa Klenotiz to Chief of Staff.
CCMR3 is proud to announce that industry veteran, Tammy Vandenbroek, has joined the team as Vice President of Institutional Relationships.
Credit union members who are struggling to pay their loans can use a little extra compassion. Our CEO spoke to Credit Union Management magazine about CCMR3’s approach to compassionate collection, and why it’s important.
In an article for Credit Union Business, our CEO outlines how credit unions can implement a collection approach rooted in empathy, collaboration, and problem-solving.
Not sure if the debt collection call you’re getting is legitimate or a scam? Our CEO spoke with CNBC about red flags to watch out for so you can know the difference.
In a story with CNBC, CEO Jacob Corlyon discusses the common misconceptions surrounding debt collection, and how CCMR3 is working to change how consumers and creditors see collection agencies.
As the pandemic adds financial strain to Americans who were already struggling to pay their bills on time, those contacted by debt collectors face heightened stress. A new survey from CCMR3 reveals why the collection industry needs to change for the better.
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