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NCO Financial Investigative Services (FIS) is a worldwide commercial due diligence firm, providing in-depth background investigations, public record research and detailed analysis to the global business community.
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NCO Financial Investigative Services
NCO’s Financial Investigative Services (FIS) provides you with the information you need to make informed decisions that protect the financial health of your business. Our skilled investigators uncover in-depth background and financial data using an unmatched breadth of resources, including Asset Liability searches, Background Investigations, and Chain of Title Investigations. NCO’s unique, but flexible, combination of product offerings allows you to choose which services best meet your company’s needs.
NCO FIS provides in-depth background investigations and public record research throughout the United States and abroad. Over the last 20 years, they have serviced thousands of clients, ranging from small, privately held firms from a variety of industries to some of the largest and most widely recognized investment and financial institutions in the world.
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NCO Financial Systems, Inc.
provides accounts receivable management services to the healthcare industry in the United States. It serves healthcare providers, including community hospitals, for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals, academic institutions, physician groups, and healthcare systems. The company was founded in 1926 and is based in Horsham, Pennsylvania. NCO Financial Systems, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NCO Group, Inc.
NCO Financial Systems, Inc. Presents at NACHA PAYMENTS 2010, Apr-27-2010 03:15 PM. Venue: Washington State Convention Center, 7th & Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101, Washington, United States. Speakers: Gail Susan Ball, SVP, Treasury.
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I had MSP debt and I set up an account with “NCO Financial” over the phone and made payments over online billing, I just assumed that it was right but now (6-8months later) they have cancelled the account that I was making payments too. I wasn’t paying a ton of money and they had my phone numbers to contact me so why wouldn’t they have called me yet, it has been over a month since my bank called me to tell me that my money went back into my account and that they had deleted the NCO online bill payment method. Have you heard of anything like that? Maybe they were scammers with an account somewhere and they gathered my info? I plan on looking into it, as for the money I paid to ‘them’ I’ll cut my losses. Next time I will ask for a face to face meeting before giving any infomation or even wasting my time on my phone.
I tried calling back but he put me on hold for 8min before I hung up, I was reading up about this NCO financial co and see that other people have same problems. I was freaking out b/c I know I don’t have a debt and wanted to clear it up but now after reading this I think I will just have to ignore these calls.