We are working to recover slow and delinquent accounts for over 35,000 companies, institutions, and medical practices throughout the country. The NCSplus Cash Recovery System increases recovery rate, lowers collection costs, and improves cash flow.
Unlike most collection agencies, NCSPlus charges only a low one-time flat fee of less than $25 per account (based on a 100 account system). No Percentage is Charged. All collected monies are remitted directly to you -- not to the collection agency, or if you prefer, we'll handle all of the debtor contact for the same Low Flat Fee per Account. At your option unpaid accounts are reported to all three national credit reporting bureaus, and if the need arises, we maintain an extensive network of collection attorneys nationwide to bring your cases to final resolution.
No matter the age or the size of the balance, our entire fee is always less than ten percent, sometimes as low as one percent of the monies recovered. There is no "hidden percentage" charged after collection. Read More
NCS' unique flat-rate system enables you to recover up to twice as much money as compared with percentage based collection agencies...Read More
All recovered money is sent directly from the delinquent to you, not to your collection agency. NCSPlus does not interfere with your cash flow.Read More
All recovered money is sent directly from the delinquent to you, not to your collection agency. NCSPlus does not interfere with your cash flow. If you prefer NCSPlus will handle all debtor contact and debtor payments all for the same low flat-fee per account.Read More
If you wish, NCSPlus will report persistent debtors to Experian, Transunion, and Equifax credit bureaus. The debtors will be given ample warning. There is no fee charged for this important service. Read More
The Cash Recovery System begins with a unique Audit Letter sent to confirm the outstanding balance. Professional telephone collectors then follow-up to make sure the Audit Letter was received. This high intensity personalized approach is designed to eliminate account disputes and maintain customer goodwill. Unpaid accounts receive a series of four additional collection letters, including a letter from an attorney, in which the debtors pay you directly and you pay no commission on the money you receive. Unpaid claims are immediately listed with Experian, Transunion, and Equifax credit reporting bureaus. Debts that remain outstanding may be transferred, with your approval, for more intensive action into our Secondary Phase where trained telephone collectors contact your debtors to effect payment, or if necessary, initiate legal action to recover your money.
NCSPlus Incorporated (NCS) was founded in 2005. We are licensed by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs and we are members of the American Collectors Association.
We charge a low one-time flat-fee (always less than 10%) per claim submitted for collection. When the debt is paid, the money goes into your bank, and because of our unique fee structure, you'll recover over 50% of the accounts placed instead
Collection agencies are able to recover money from difficult debtors through the application of third party intervention. The third party being the collection agency. The first and second party to the transaction being the creditor and the debtor.
There are three basic ways to collect money in today's economy: (1) Collection Letters - Most creditors immediately assume that collection agencies just sue everyone.