|Beware of Rocky Road Trucking Companies|
|So. Membership Services Director|
|Written by Rudy Navarrete|
|Monday, 13 August 2012 13:03|
It’s up to you to look for warning signs when working for an unfamiliar broker. Time and time again, CCTA members and prospective members ask for our help and advice with collecting past due invoices. We will continue to help guide our members with helpful techniques to protect their billing and collection rights, and when they still cannot get paid, we point them in the direction for legal representation.
As always, we make it clear that we are not a collection agency, but CCTA does have an endorsed collection agency who is an affiliate member.
This is to introduce you to one of our affiliate members, Ron Adler of Fidelity Recovery Service. Fidelity provides quick and effective collection services for all business that deal with transportation, construction, commercial and industrial unpaid accounts.
The staff of Fidelity Recovery Service is well trained to handle all types of collection problems including those related to the construction industry. Mechanic’s Liens, Stop Payment Notices and Miller Act claims on federal projects are all part of their expertise. Ron maintains an association with an expert collection attorney. Usually when it becomes necessary to take legal action for a client, the cost is much less than that of an hourly paid attorney.
Being familiar with most of the businesses who are members of the CCTA gives Ron Adler and Fidelity Recovery Service a considerable advantage over all other collection agencies.
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a baseball game with some very close friends of mine. As we enjoyed each other’s company and all the usual snacks during the game, it crossed my mind, what a great team we made. Just like any successful team, it is a group effort and not an individual who makes a winning team. This philosophy applies to our families, community and of course the work place. It feels good when everybody cheers us on when it is our turn at bat and to receive a pat on the back for a job well done.
So always remember that all your contributions matter and to appreciate your family, neighbors and coworkers.