NFDA Endorses Hunter Warfield to Assist Funeral Homes with Debt Collection
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) recently entered into a new endorsed-provider partnership for its secure collections program. Hunter Warfield, Inc., a firm specializing in collections and asset investigation, will offer NFDA members an exclusive money-saving pricing structure as its experts work to collect debts while preserving a funeral home?s relationships with families.
Hunter Warfield has more than 25 years of experience collecting past-due accounts. The company?s approach to funeral service collections ? improving cash flow while retaining customer loyalty ? has resulted in the liquidation of nearly 50,000 delinquent accounts.
Hunter Warfield new endorsed-provider partnership offers several distinct offerings for NFDA members:
For more information, association members should call their personal NFDA member services representative at 800-228-6332 or visit http://www.HunterWarfield.com.
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