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ComplyARM joins DBA International

ComplyARM is proud to announce our acceptance into the DBA International (Debt Buyers Association International) organization as a member. As new members, our team is excited to actively participate in improving the future of the Accounts Receivable Management industry. DBA International represents the interests of companies that acquire accounts receivable portfolios, promoting the industry through conferences and other education as well as representing members before Federal and State regulatory agencies and in the courts. Over the past few years the DBA International has created individual and company certification programs to self-regulate members. The DBA International’s certification program provide a guideline for compliant operations by debt buyers, collection agencies and law firms.

“Our team is proud to participate in the DBA International organization and we are looking forward to becoming active members” said Partner Adam Parks. “We understand that the industry is in transition and feel that the DBA International is doing great things to improve our industry and we are excited to be a part of it.”

DBA International offers education classes specifically designed for the Accounts Receivable Management industry. Through regional seminars, webinars and the annual conference the organization provides education curriculum customized for the needs of their membership, including basic industry, education, current events, the changing regulatory environment and other important topics.

“The DBA International is the only organization dedicated not just to the collections and credit industry, but is dedicated to the needs of the debt buying community. We feel that this focus on the debt buyers is the key to changing the industry for the better because the asset owners have the highest degree of control over their vendors” stated Partner Mike Colby. “By helping the creditors and debt buyers, DBA can push these requirements downstream and start to create a true industry standard.”