What does a collection associate do?
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Date: April 22nd, 2012 9:04 PM
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I know a guy who did that for a short time.
For the most part, he got a bunch of credit card accounts that had not been paid from a debt collector associated with the firm.
The information was already entered into some sort of computer system. The computer system would generate boilerplate lawsuits, which would be packaged up by paralegals or some sort of other assistant.
He would then review and sign them.
Most of them would go unanswered. Then he'd review and sign the default documents, which were prepared the same way.
Occasionally, he'd go to a default hearing or a small claims trial. He didn't really prepare for any of them beyond giving the file a quick review before the thing started.