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(Name of Hiring Manager, Title)
(Name of Company)
(City, State, Zip)
Dear (Mr. or Ms.) (Last Name),
As a Corporate Credit Manager, I offer a proven track record of success in developing and improving policies and procedures for strong credit management; negotiating and enforcing customer credit terms and limits; and ensuring high percentages of on-time collections while minimizing aged receivables. Throughout my career, I have worked for companies that range from $100M to $200M in annual revenue in both public and private settings.
From a leadership standpoint, I excel in recruiting and developing team members in proper credit collections best practices and methodologies. Additionally, I provide companywide training on collections compliance and credit management tools. Examples of my work include:
- Contributed to Company Name’s growth from $150M to $200M annual revenue by formalizing credit terms and conditions, revamping processes for cash/custom orders, and improving monthly collection rates to 85%+.
- Managed all credit, collections, billing, and administrative operations for a company with annual sales of $100M+; assisted company leaders in analyzing and forecasting sales and credit in order to reduce bad debt exposure.
- Enhanced credit management at a $170M company by deploying new corporate credit, collection, and cash sales policies as well as customer service programs using joint check agreements and letters of credit.
I believe my experience in this field makes me an ideal candidate for your open position of (Job Title). As such, I am attaching my resume for your review and would like to request a personal meeting to discuss your upcoming goals and how I can help you achieve them. I will make myself available at your convenience and look forward to your call. Thank you for your consideration.
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Debt Collector Cover Letter
Debt Collectors identify people who owe money to companies and determine them to pay. These professionals contact clients by mail or over the phone. Essential job duties of a Debt Collector include managing assigned accounts, identifying debts, planning actions to be taken in order to recover debts, researching debtors and their payment status, handling customer questions, solving any discrepancy that may arise, developing a positive relationship with debtors to prevent future issues, and reporting to the upper management.
A Debt Collector cover letter sample should focus on the following skills and abilities relevant for this position:
- Debt collecting experience
- Deadline orientation
- Knowledge of legal requirements
- Tact and diplomacy
- Excellent communication and persuasion skills
- Politeness and a compassionate manner
- Self-confidence and persuasion
- Computer literacy
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Dear Ms. Nash:
Upon review of your posting for a Debt Collector, I was eager to submit my resume for your consideration. With strong experience and knowledge in accounts receivable and collections, along with my abilities in records management, communication, and customer service, I feel confident that I would significantly benefit JDW Financial in this role.
My extensive background in analyzing accounts, arranging repayment terms and plans, and mitigating corporate losses has prepared me to excel in this position. With a strong foundation in customer account review and past-due collection, my problem-solving and project management abilities position me to thrive as your next Debt Collector.
Highlights of my background include:
- Placing between 175-225 calls per day as a Debt Collector for numerous financial firms, assisting borrowers in clearing their breach accounts through proper loan assessment, renegotiation, and settlement of outstanding balances.
- Uncovering and diagnosing customers’ financial difficulties and sending hardship packages to offer aid and supportive solutions.
- Interacting with a variety of professionals and groups to gather information and facilitate debt collection organization and execution.
- Utilizing analytical, interpersonal, and organization skills to achieve high levels of customer repayments.
With in-depth experience in debt collection methodologies, coupled with keen financial acumen and a dedication to minimizing loss, I believe I could quickly surpass your expectations for this role. I look forward to discussing the position in further detail.
Thank you for your consideration.
Anna B. West