IACC Members are Your Company's Best Debt-Collection Resource
When internal efforts to collect commercial debt prove unsuccessful, the most important next step you can take is to contact a member of the International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC). Selecting an IACC member agency ensures you'll work with collection specialists who apply the most cutting-edge collection techniques while meeting stringent ethical and professional standards.
As the world's largest and most respected association of commercial collection professionals, IACC has been setting and enforcing high standards of conduct since 1970. IACC members have vast experience collecting past-due commercial accounts for manufacturers, processors, wholesalers, distributors and businesses in many other industries. Click here to learn how IACC members provide the skilled collection services you need.
All IACC members in good standing are:
- Bound by a Code of Ethics, ensuring their business practices are fair, upright and honest. They have passed a rigorous reference check, have a minimum $50,000 bond and maintain a separate trust account for all client money.
- Committed to professional development and education, which is supported by IACC courses, seminars and conferences.
- Part of an extensive network of collection agencies, law firms and commercial collection professionals who can be consulted when specific expertise is required.
An IACC member agency will recover debt owed to your business in a way that will protect your company's reputation and ensure your business relationships remain strong.
Unauthorized IACC Membership and Affiliation Claims
Directory visitors should be aware some companies may claim or imply membership or affiliation with IACC contrary to IACC’s records. Click here for further information and a list of company names and websites so identified by IACC.
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Commercial Collection Guidelines for Credit Grantors:
This valuable IACC publication provides guidelines on when to extend credit to customers and how to reduce the frequency of slow-paying and delinquent accounts. Our guide offers tips for effective collection of late payments by a variety of methods, and also helps businesses identify when a collection agency's services are needed.