collection agency

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collection agency

Any individual, organization, or unit that has access to sources of information and the capability of collecting information from them. See also agency.
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The screening team is comprised of Defence Forces staff, Medical Corps personnel and civilian collection officers.
RSPCA animal welfare officer Mark Roberts, 42, abseiled down with Ann Lloyd-Williams, an RSPCA animal collection officer at 3.
She has been with the credit union for 25 years and was most recently a collection officer.
Then on August 24, RSPCA animal collection officer Alan Pittaway picked up a stray ginger and brown cat from the Erdington area.
After catching it, the animal collection officer took the spider -- a female European tarantula -- to an RSPCA Wildlife Centre to be re-homed.
John Fuller, an animal collection officer, who has been accompanying Tyson to the pool, said: "The difference the sessions have made is incredible.
ADVERTISED in an English broadsheet snoozepaper, an opening from Presentation a 'Social Investment Agency' who are looking for, at an annual salary of pounds 26k, an Income Collection Officer based at Clapham Common.
I never saw the ballot, never saw the arguments pro or con, never had the opportunity to vote or comment and yet I received some bogus assessment bill from the collection officer of the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority.
Kyoto prefectural police arrested a 52-year-old chief tax collection officer of the Toyono tax office in Osaka Prefecture early Wednesday, for allegedly accepting about 500,000 yen to cover up an income tax evasion case.
RSPCA inspector Mark Roberts and animal collection officer Will Galvin initially used a pole to try and save Black.
Stephanie Davidson, RSPCA animal collection officer, said: "It seems very possible he may have been lost from home for some time, so we're on the search for an owner in the hope of returning this elderly cat to where he belongs.
Lucy Green, an animal collection officer for the RSPCA said: "Staff said that this is the worst embedded collar injury they have ever seen.

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