For creditors looking to get your debts lowered or eliminated there is hope. IC System is the name of this account receivable company that can change things around for creditors. They were founded in 1938 by Ruth and Jack Erickson. They centered themselves in providing ethical and honest service. This company was the first one in the U.S. to replace typewriters with computers successfully.
They have remained at the top of cutting edge technology that is aligned with regulatory and compliance standards. IC System company has been nominated finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for ethics 3 consecutive years 2013,2014, and 2015. This company strives on excellence and they have 5 core values in which they believe their business should be conducted and that’s the people, integrity, performance, pride and innovation. Every month they award their employee who demonstrates excellent skills in these core values (http://reporterexpert.com/ic-system-aids-community/).
In the community, IC System has also given back through ECHO charity organization. They train their employees to help out in the community through Red Cross, McDonald’s charities, American cancer society St Jude Children’s Hospital, Arming heroes and many others on a monthly basis. Not only that, they also help out their employees who had any catastrophic events occurred to them. IC System maintain a Robust Compliance Risk Management system with excellent auditing system through documentation and training. They have been audited by FRSecure, which is a third-party auditor, specialist and they make sure they have true data security compliance.
IC System company is nationally licensed and they in all 50 states including Puerto Rico and Guam. 15% of past balances have been found to be outside of the boundaries of the U.S and many other companies cannot collect outside of the U.S., so that right there tells the quality they provide. This company has been stable for a long time and the fact that they care so much about making sure the employees do their job correct and keep them monitored is worth considering