posted by ilias on .
Who usually signs a collections letter?
A. A law enforcement officer
B. A lawyer
C. The office professional
D. the executive
I believed that is C the correct answer but not sure pleased can someone help me
A. Incorrect because, why would you need an officer sign something they have no concern over.
B. Incorrect because, why would you pay money for a lawyer to sign a document.
Hint: Collection reminders should be typed as if individually composed for that client. They’re never sent by the executive but are sent instead on his or her letterhead, and signed by you. (In all collection procedures, all correspondence merely represents the office, not the executive personally.)