Asset Acceptance Capital

  www.assetacceptance.com
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    Benefits, 401k matching program, lots and lots of added perks, friendly employees. Company cared about giving back to the community.

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    Management could of used additional training to work better on a personal level with their team.

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Asset Acceptance Capital Interviews

Updated Aug 4, 2014
Updated Aug 4, 2014

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    The hiring process was smooth. I was called the same day I did the online app, did a phone interview and was scheduled for an in person interview the next day. I was hired the following week. No experience necessary, just sales pitch.

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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009

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Website www.assetacceptance.com
Headquarters Warren, MI
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2003
Type Company - Public
Industry Finance
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Asset Acceptance Capital (AACC) tries to help creditors accept the things they cannot change and have the courage to pay off the debt they can. The company buys written-off consumer debt (from credit cards, retailers, and utilities) at a deep discount, then attempts to collect on them. About half of the value of its portfolio is made up of general credit card accounts. AACC focuses on debt in the primary, secondary, and tertiary markets, which means other collection agencies have already attempted to collect on them. These portfolios are often the cheapest to acquire but... More

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