BillingTree, an on-demand payment processor, has integrated its payment services with Debt Resolve’s DR Collect. DR Collect enables creditor clients to settle and collect delinquent consumer debts via the Internet in a non-confrontational and resolution-flexible method. It is preferred by many consumers because the process avoids embarrassment or fear of having to speak with anyone.
BillingTree now supports DR Collect with a full web service integration supplying access to payment gateways including automated clearing house (ACH), debit and credit. DR Collect bundles DR Settle and certain elements of DR Prevent along with significant automation to eliminate most of the integration process for customers. DR Collect clients are typically up and running in only seven to 30 days, depending on the degree of customisation.
“BillingTree is pleased to partner with Debt Resolve, a leading, best of breed technology solution,” said Randy Phelps, BillingTree’s chief operating officer (COO). “By integrating our payment processing capabilities with their powerful cloud-based virtual agent, joint customers from multiple verticals including healthcare, utility and ARM will experience a seamless, cost effective solution to the challenge of collecting outstanding debts.”
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