Capital Collections, LLC Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about Capital Collections, LLC’s debt collection service for businesses. Includes info on Capital Collections, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 25th, 2019

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Capital Collections, LLC is a debt collection platform for businesses. Capital Collections, LLC’s solutions include custom billing, skip tracing and asset investigation. Businesses can use Capital Collections, LLC to effectively manage debt collection processes.

Capital Collections, LLC Pricing:

Capital Collections, LLC does not list pricing on their website. You can contact Capital Collections, LLC here to get a tailored quote based on your business needs.

Capital Collections, LLC Reviews
Capital Collections, LLC Review:

Pros: Great custom billing and accounts receivable functionality.

Cons: Customer service staff come across as rude when attempting to recover funds.

Bottomline: Fantastic platform that effectively manages debt collection and recovery operations.

Capital Collections, LLC Key Information:

Founded

Brad Jacobson

Year Founded

1996

Headquarters

Fresno, California

CEO

Brad Jacobson

Phone

1 (559) 485-2127

Address

1221 Van Ness, 2nd Floor, Fresno, CA 93721, USA

Website

www.capitalcollectionsfresno.com

Capital Collections, LLC FAQs:

Is there a Capital Collections, LLC free trial?

Unfortunately there is no free trial available.

Where can I find the Capital Collections, LLC login?

There is no login capability on the Capital Collections, LLC website. You will acquire account details once you have registered for their services.

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Capital Collections, LLC Reviews:

Source

Review

Danielle - lemberglaw.com

I have asked them to cease and desist and they continue to call. Also on first call, without verifying my identity when I answered the phone, said they were calling about “my” delinquent account even though they didn't verify who I was first.