Successfully collecting on your delinquent accounts is easiest when you work with a collection agency that’s familiar with the ins and outs of Iowa collection law. A Iowa collection agency can dramatically improve your chances of a successful debt recovery.
In order to boost your chances of collecting unpaid debts, you’ll want to contact a qualified debt collection agency immediately once you have doubts about an account. Time isn’t on your side when collecting in Iowa; it’s important to work with debt collectors who will go to work for you immediately.
It’s important to choose a collection agency that can offer you personalized attention and care. Summit AR is a great choice for Iowa accounts receivable. We service every major city in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Sioux City, Waterloo, Iowa City, Council Bluffs, Dubuque, Ames, and West Des Moines.
Iowa Collection Laws Interest Rate
Iowa Collection Laws Statute Of Limitations
|Open Account:||5 years|
|Written Contract:||10 years|
|Domestic Judgment:||10 years, renewable|
|Foreign Judgment:||10 years, renewable|
Iowa Collection Laws Bad Check Laws (NSF) (Civil Penalty)
|Triple check up to $500 over check amount|
Iowa Collection Laws General Garnishment Exemptions
|See federal law|
Iowa Collection Laws Collection Agency Bond & Licensing Rules
If you’re looking for a collection agency that knows Iowa, contact Summit AR today for fast, friendly, and effective results.
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