WHAT WE DO
Why We Are The
Future of Collections!
WHAT WE DO
As a nationally licensed Collections Agency, we take compliance seriously and have dedicated departments for both training and compliance. These resources ensure that all agents meet proper messaging and compliance standards while communicating with your valued customers in Nebraska and everywhere else in the country.
Partnering with the right Collection Agency can make a significant difference to your bottom line. At FCS We understand how important an effective collections strategy is to the running of your business, and focus our resources on your most pressing concerns accordingly to handle late-stage collections. We also have dedicated departments for both training and compliance. These resources ensure that all agents meet proper messaging and compliance standards while communicating with your valued customers. We take special care to comply with all the FTC regulations.
Outsourcing customer service tasks or engagement functions with First Credit Services is a cost-effective way to quickly address service areas that are currently being underserved by your existing internal operation. Our call center agents learn your business, talking points, and culture. They become brand experts and will provide the highest level of friendly service to your customers. We work with your team to develop brand messaging and scripts. We then incorporate those into our OmniXp platform, which allows customers to engage with your brand through digital channels (SMS, email, chatbot) and human connections (phone, chat). By trusting us with your customer engagements, you can quickly fix coverage issues, lower your expenses, and build loyal customers while ensuring quality human interactions.
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