Can Debt Collectors Work From Home?

Posted on June 29th, 2011 by NACA® News Editor
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Working from home provides many people all over the United States with the flexibility to juggle other parts of their life and maybe even earn some extra money. As a collector working from home, you would need to get in contact with debtors by mail and telephone to try and collect payment.

However, many states do require you to be licensed, so you want to check with the state/federal regulatory agencies to find out if you are required to be licensed to work at home. Also, you must check with your employer to see if working from home is a viable option.

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