Her Car Was Repossessed, Two weeks Later She Reported It Stolen

Her Car Was Repossessed, Two weeks Later She Reported It Stolen   REIDSVILLE, NC —A Reidsville woman has been charged with falsely reporting to her insurance company that her vehicle had been stolen, two weeks before it was repossessed. Denise Sellars, 26, of 528 N. Scales St., was arrested by North Carolina Department of Insurance special…

SBA Seeks Women-Owned Comments By July 15

SBA Seeks Women-Owned Comments By July 15 NEWS PROVIDED BY U.S. Small Business Administration  May 14, 2019, 13:04 ET WASHINGTON, May 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration published a proposed rule that will provide a free online application process for women-owned small businesses to be certified and eligible to participate in the SBA’s…

After Years Of Issues, Repo Man Arrested By FBI

After Years Of Issues, Repo Man Arrested By FBI The owner of an Indianapolis towing company has been indicted for running what prosecutors describe as a “title-washing scheme,” in which he targeted financially distressed car owners, took possession of their vehicles, charged huge towing and storage fees and then resold them. The U.S. Department of…

Harley Davidson Expects Increase In Repossessions

Harley Davidson Expects Increase In Repossessions A thin ray of sunshine lit the gloom surrounding Harley-Davidson on Thursday, as Wedbush Securities noted that prices of used Harleys have ticked up. The motorcycle maker has suffered a revenue slump as its high-price bikes have gotten caught in the Trump administration’s trade war. They also compete for sales against all the used…

ALS Resolvion Named 2019 Platinum Provider of the Year by DRN

ALS Resolvion Named 2019 Platinum Provider of the Year by DRN Irving, TX, May 08, 2019 – During the Annual North American Repo Summit (NARS) held in Irving, TX, ALS Resolvion was named the recipient of Digital Recognition Network’s (DRN) 2019 Platinum Provider of the Year Award. ALS Resolvion is a leading nationwide skip trace…