A Full Service Collection Firm in Arkansas

Check Law Recoverywas established as an Arkansas Corporation in 1995 to service the collection needs of Arkansas business owners. The mission is to give excellent service by collecting hot checks at an unsurpassed collection rate; collecting in house before resorting to criminal prosecution on those individuals who for one reason or another had written funds insufficient or on a closed account. This type of servicing is a positive effort for merchants as well as their customers. Merchants know in today’s highly competitive market place they can’t offend any of their customers. No intimidation is implied by Check Law to their customers therefore the consumer returning to the merchant to do business is a much greater possibility. Furthermore, collections are accomplished at NO FEE to the merchant – the checkwriter pays the charges. If we don’t collect your money, we don’t get paid. Further, any funds incurred from the client's bank will be returned when the check is collected. The collection staff services their clients – thereby freeing up the merchant’s time and energy to concentrate on “the business of the day.”

Check Law's servicing would lead to referrals which required us to be licensed in other states. We operate in 26 states due partly to word of mouth which speaks for itself.

We are proud of our staff and the excellent collection efforts put forth. By accepting checks rather than merely credit or debit card usage you increase your profit margin. A report published by the American Collectors Association Check Services Program referred to a study by the Federal Reserve System: only one percent of the total number of checks written daily are dishonored.

Check Law encourages you to see the difference in this highly competitive collection field by contacting us and giving us an opportunity to service your “hot check” needs. We can do anything other collection firms can do but the difference is we strive to do it better.

Check Law is proud to have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau in Arkansas.

Check Law uses Certegy as the check verification data base.  This is the same data base that large companies like Walmart and Target use.

Check Law uses EFT Network, Inc. for electronically processing checks back. 

Check Law is proud to be a member of The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals.
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