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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Never give personal information such as your Social Security number or bank account information online or over the phone without verifying that you are working with a legitimate lender or bill collector.
Salem Al-Abdali, a bill collector within the state-owned General Electricity Institute's Aden branch, claimed that the institute's offices closed in solidarity with the civil disobedience campaign.
George Washington interrupted by a bill collector out on the battlefield.
Robert Madrid, a bill collector for the power company, allegedly cut a delinquent customer's gas line in anger without the permission of his supervisor.
The bill collector came calling today for clubs in Major League Baseball that broke the Luxury Tax threshold for the league.
Today, Nath said, all but 3 percent of taxpayers have paid the tax, and those accounts have been turned over to a bill collector.
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.
While there, the consumer might run into a bill collector like Mike Loyd, president of Bellingham's North Washington Collections.
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.
The family lived in California and Nevada, Phoenix and West Virginia; when their luck ran out, the law or bill collector, often both, were on their heels.