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collection agency

Managed care An enterprise that demands payment for a product sold or a service rendered, after an appropirate period of time has passed and the purchaser has not paid the seller. See Dun.
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How nice that its bill collector showed up via telephone, a friendly man who arranged for me to make payments--just like Chapter 13.
The bill collector came calling today for clubs in Major League Baseball that broke the Luxury Tax threshold for the league.
She worked at the family heavy equipment repair business as a bookkeeper, office manager, parts runner, bill collector and other duties.
Katz framed the check with the caption "The Steven Katz school of bill collector education is now open for business.
The dispute between the polyclinic management started when Ponnamkadavan was forced to work as a receptionist, bill collector, purchasing clerk and a storekeeper in addition to her duties as an accountant.
The list includes Muhamed Isa, a murderer of an EVN bill collector, Metem Islami, suspected of kidnapping former MP Fatmir Etemi's son, Nexhbedin and Ramadan Lika, Enver Zimeri and Seladin Aziri, all wanted for murder, and Gzim and Afrim Siricini, Basri Sabani and commander Adnan Jashari, wanted for robberies.
Much of the book details her various bosses and her success as a paralegal and bill collector.
While there, the consumer might run into a bill collector like Mike Loyd, president of Bellingham's North Washington Collections.
2008), which chronicles Tyler Perry's metamorphosis from a bill collector who, at times, bought a $1 bag of cookies to have a week's worth of meals and lived in his car to billion-dollar filmmaker, TV producer and media mogul, all in a span of 10 short years.
Growing up on a Nebraska ranch, Legge worked as a farmer, cowboy, thresherman and farm machinery assembler before hiring on with McCormick as a bill collector.
So what if the bill collector showed up to collect what was owed him?
Like thousands of working-class Brazilians, Henrique do Carmo, a 20-year-old bill collector, used to spend hours each day commuting by bus in this sprawling city of nearly 20 million.