About the Author
Carol Frischer’s career as a collections manager began more than 19 years ago with one of the largest public accounting firms in Los Angeles. A graduate of University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, her unique and positive approach to collecting past due accounts has made her a much-sought-after consultant to multimillion-dollar corporations. Over the years, Carol has collected large sums of money for clients across the country – and mostly just by simply placing a phone call.
Carol was featured in a BusinessWeek Online article entitled How to Beat the Deadbeats where she provides several tips on making sure you collect what you’re owed: “You do get tough, but you don’t have to get nasty.” She also had an article in the TAXPRO Quarterly Journal Spring Edition entitled:
Carol is also featured in a Wall Street Journal article entitled Collecting Bills? Put Your People Skills to Work.
About the Book
Carol shares the secrets of her success in her book Collections Made Easy (Career Press Publishing), which became the third-best-selling book on collections at Barnes and Noble within three months of its release. She is a contributing writer for several magazines including the Los Angeles Business Journal and Professional Collectors Magazine, and writes a popular monthly column for National Credit News called “Carol’s Corner,” which addresses various collection questions from credit managers across the United States and Canada.
For more information about the on-site seminars for your company, or other collection-related services, contact Carol Frischer directly at Carol.Frischer@hcvt.com.