Tucker, Albin and Associates Inc., a Richardson, Texas-based commercial debt recovery firm, has been certified by the Commercial Law League of America (CLLA).

The CLLA provides ongoing certification to commercial collection agencies who meet the rigorous certification standards set forth to distinguish firms of the highest quality.

As a CLLA Certified Commercial Collection Agency, Tucker Albin has set itself apart from its peers by showing a commitment to client and industry compliance requirements, demonstrating that they value leading practices in the industry, adhering to relevant regulations and using generally accepted accounting practices to protect and safeguard clients’ funds.

As one of the nation’s leading commercial collection agencies, Tucker Albin, believes that maintaining the highest standards of excellence and sticking to their core principles is fundamental to their continued success and industry recognition.

Tucker, Albin was founded with the belief that treating all parties with respect would outperform all other debt collection tactics. By naming the company after their grandfathers and the principles they evoke, Tucker Albin’s founders decided they would conduct business with the integrity and spirit of a bygone generation.

Tucker, Albin’s unique approach to commercial collections, along with a strong management team guided by unwavering principles and a solid team of debt collectors, who all have a minimum of 15 years of experience, has proven to be a winning combination for Tucker, Albin’s clients, with results consistently beating the national debt recovery rate by an astonishing 54%.

Tucker, Albin and Associates is honored by its acceptance from the CLLA and proud that it reflects on a reputation for excellence earned by an unwavering commitment to professionalism and quality of service.

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