Commercial and Consumer Debt Collection Anywhere In The State of Colorado
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Important   Legal   Notice:   Stokes   &   Wolf,   P.C.   is   a   debt   collector.   This   is   an   attempt   to   collect   a   debt.   Any   information   obtained   will   be used   for   that   purpose.   These   materials   have   been   prepared   by   Stokes   &   Wolf,   P.C.   for   informational   purposes   only   and   are   not   legal advice.   This   information   is   not   intended   to   create,   and   receipt   of   it   does   not   constitute   an   attorney-client   relationship.   Internet   subscribers and   online   readers   should   not   act   upon   this   information   without   seeking   professional   counsel.   Please   do   not   send   us   confidential information until you speak with our office and get authorization to send that information to us.    
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Office Share (Virtual Office) Overview Stokes & Wolf, P.C. would like to serve as your Colorado office to enable you to comply with the in-state office requirement of the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Our office currently serves as the Colorado office for over 50 out of state collection agencies. As discussed below, we would likely be providing an upgrade over your current Colorado office sharing arrangement.     In 2017, Colorado Senate Bill 216 continued the requirement of the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act that  your agency maintain a Colorado office. The bill also requires that you continue to include your in-state office address  and phone number in your written communications to Colorado debtors and also requires that your in-state office accept  debtor payments made at that office. Rule 1.09(1)(c) and Rule 2.01(2) of the Rules of the Administrator, Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act implement these requirements.    As a result of these changes, more consumer debtors are calling the in-state office and coming in with payments or to discuss the account. This creates risk for the in-state office personnel of violating the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. It is critical that in-state office personnel be fully knowledgeable about and able to comply with these Acts since both your collection agency and the in-state office provider could be sued for in-state office violations. This collection agency liability for violations of the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is stated in Rule 1.09(2).   
About Our Law Firm & Staff Our law firm’s practice has for many years been limited to commercial and consumer debt collection so our staff is fully knowledgeable about both the Federal and Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Acts.  We have served as a local Colorado office to out-of-state collection agencies since 1994 without one complaint about a violation of the Acts.  We have a personable staff for dealing with your debtors both on the phone and in person and who  debtors find most helpful.  Our Agreement For Colorado Office Sharing For Out-Of-State Collection Agency provides that we will hold you harmless for any of our office’s violations of either the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act or the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  Dealing With Your Debtors To deal with your debtors who choose to call the Colorado office, our phone system routes that call to a voicemail answering with the name of your company. This is possible because when you use our office, we will assign you a Colorado office phone number unique to your collection agency. The voicemail directs the debtor to press 1 to speak to the next available agent, which will then route the call directly to your office without us having to speak to your debtor. The second voice mail option directs any debtors wishing to make an appointment in your Denver, Colorado office to press 2, which will ring another line in our office which we will answer to set up an appointment for the debtors to come in to make a payment or to discuss the account in person. If they want to discuss the account, we will of course conference in your collector, who will handle the discussion.  If they make a payment, we e-mail you immediately to advise you of the payment so that you can post the payment by the next business day as required by Rule 2.12. This sophisticated phone system results in your debtors reaching your home office instantly the same as if they had called your office directly but still enables the few debtors wishing to meet in person at this office to do so.   Your Local Colorado Office    Our office also complies with Rule 1.09(a) requiring that we post signs or directories displaying all collection agencies for whom our office provides a local Colorado office. We provide such a directory at our office suite and on the lobby building directory. In talking to other office providers, we find that they have not been complying with this requirement. This failure could expose you to liability.    Fees For Your Local Colorado Office We would like to provide your Colorado office starting upon the termination of any current contract you have for an in-state office. Our fee is $1200.00 per year payable January 1st. We will prorate the charge for a partial year. For no additional charge, Stokes & Wolf, P.C. will serve as the agent for service for your business in Colorado.  Please call our office with any questions.  We will provide you with a copy of our standard contract if you call us or use our email form specific for this purpose.  Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act And Rules Of The Administrator   Stokes & Wolf, P.C. The Executive Club Building 1776 S. Jackson Street Suite 900 Denver, Colorado 80210 Toll Free Phone 888-499-9642 Office Phone 303-753-0100 Office Fax 303-753-0310 Email maildesk@coloradocollectionlawyer.com  Web www.coloradocollectionlawyer.com  All collections are covered with a $500,000.00 lawyers liability policy. Collection Agency Requirements | Collection Agency Licensing | Collection Office Licensing | Collection Agency License | Collection Office License | Collection Agency Licensing Colorado Office | Office Share For Out Of State Collection Agencies | Collection Agency Colorado Office Share | Collection Agency Virtual Office Colorado | Office and Registered Agent Services 
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Commercial and Consumer Debt Collection Anywhere In The State of Colorado
Click For Colorado Office Share Available  For Out Of State Collection Agencies 
Important Legal Notice: Stokes & Wolf, P.C. is a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. These materials have been prepared by Stokes & Wolf, P.C. for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Internet subscribers and online readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. Please do not send us confidential information until you speak with our office and get authorization to send that information to us.    
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Office Share (Virtual Office) Overview Stokes & Wolf, P.C. would like to serve as your Colorado office to enable you to comply with the in-state office requirement of the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Our office currently serves as the Colorado office for over 50 out of state collection agencies. As discussed below, we would likely be providing an upgrade over your current Colorado office sharing arrangement.     In 2017, Colorado Senate Bill 216 continued  the requirement of the Colorado Fair Debt  Collection Practices Act that your agency  maintain a Colorado office. The bill also  requires that you continue to include your  in-state office address and phone number in your written communications to Colorado debtors and also requires that your in-state office accept debtor payments made at that office. Rule 1.09(1)(c) and Rule 2.01(2) of  the Rules of the Administrator, Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act implement these requirements.    As a result of these changes, more consumer debtors are calling the in-state office and coming in with payments or to discuss the account. This creates risk for the in-state office personnel of violating the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. It is critical that in-state office personnel be fully knowledgeable about and able to comply with these Acts since both your collection agency and the in-state office provider could be sued for in-state office violations. This collection agency liability for violations of the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is stated in Rule 1.09(2). 
About Our Law Firm & Staff Our law firm’s practice has for many years been limited to commercial and consumer debt collection so our staff is fully knowledgeable about both the Federal and Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Acts.  We have served as a local Colorado office to out-of-state collection agencies since 1994 without one complaint about a violation of the Acts.  We have a personable staff for dealing with your debtors both on the phone and in person and who debtors find most helpful. Our Agreement For Colorado Office Sharing For Out-Of-State Collection Agency provides that we will hold you harmless for any of our office’s violations of either the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act or the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  Dealing With Your Debtors To deal with your debtors who choose to call the Colorado office, our phone system routes that call to a voicemail answering with the name of your company. This is possible because when you use our office, we will assign you a Colorado office phone number unique to your collection agency. The voicemail directs the debtor to press 1 to speak to the next available agent, which will then route the call directly to your office without us having to speak to your debtor. The second voice mail option directs any debtors wishing to make an appointment in your Denver, Colorado office to press 2, which will ring another line in our office which we will answer to set up an appointment for the debtors to come in to make a payment or to discuss the account in person. If they want to discuss the account, we will of course conference in your collector, who will handle the discussion.  If they make a payment, we e-mail you immediately to advise you of the payment so that you can post the payment by the next business day as required by Rule 2.12. This sophisticated phone system results in your debtors reaching your home office instantly the same as if they had called your office directly but still enables the few debtors wishing to meet in person at this office to do so.   Your Local Colorado Office    Our office also complies with Rule 1.09(a) requiring that we post signs or directories displaying all collection agencies for whom our office provides a local Colorado office. We provide such a directory at our office suite and on the lobby building directory. In talking to other office providers, we find that they have not been complying with this requirement. This failure could expose you to liability.  Fees For Your Local Colorado Office We would like to provide your Colorado office starting upon the termination of any current contract you have for an in-state office. Our fee is $1200.00 per year payable January 1st. We will prorate the charge for a partial year. For no additional charge, Stokes & Wolf, P.C. will serve as the agent for service for your business in Colorado.  Please call our office with any questions.  We will provide you with a copy of our standard contract if you call us or use our email form specific for this purpose.