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Katabat is pleased to announce that it will be the title sponsor of this year’s TD MBNA Charity Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament will be held at the GreyHawk Golf Club in Ottawa on Tuesday, August 20th. “We have been attending this tournament for the past seven years,” says Katabat General Manager Mike D’Andrade. “We
WILMINGTON, Delaware—July 8, 2019—Katabat, a leader in debt-collection solutions for lenders and debt collection agencies (DCAs), announced the signing of their latest client, Carson Smithfield, LLC. Carson Smithfield will retain Katabat to reach and communicate with their consumers more effectively with a digital collections platform. Carson Smithfield, a third-party debt collection agency based in Pittsburgh,
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently taking public comment on its proposed rule changes that would affect the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The comment period closes on August 19, which is right around the corner, but the new rules are not likely to take effect for another 18 to 24 months.
Everyone has probably heard of a Net Promoter Score (NPS), the popular measure of customer loyalty. But many people who know it’s important still aren’t sure what it really means, how it is calculated, or what is considered a good or bad score. What is Net Promoter Score? Net Promoter Score is a way for
Katabat Awarded Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for Ethics for Demonstrating Excellence and Integrity
Katabat is honored to be one of five local Delaware companies to be awarded with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) 2019 Torch Award for Ethics. According to the BBB official press release, the Torch Awards for Ethics ¨recognizes exemplary businesses that strive to go above and beyond in their dealings with customers, employees, vendors and
There is no doubt that last week’s publication of proposed rules by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) likely marks a long-needed tectonic shift for the debt collection industry including 1st and 3rd party debt collection agencies (DCAs). As such, it’s a bit premature to predict the many cascading effects that are likely to unfold