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Do You Want To Start Your Own Repossession Company? Do You Want To Become A Repossession Field Agent?

I want to start the new decade by reaching out to those people that are interested in joining the Repossession Industry and in and amongst their research have tried asking questions on other websites and of people within the industry.   I have had so many comments and feedback from positive people that are in disbelief of the arrogant and ignorant behavior of some of our industry related ‘colleagues’ (and I use that word very loosely!). Unfortunately, I am embarrassed to say that many fellow repossessors have shunned, belittled, ridiculed and humiliated them to the point that some have not followed their dream.

Please do not judge our industry by the minority, as the majority of people within the repossession industry do not act that way.  They are good, honest  and hard working and usually will help others.

Don’t be disheartened if you have been a victim of this unprofessional and childish behavior, because there truly are people out there that will help you.  Take a look at this video on YouTube.  Although totally unrelated to the Repossession Industry, it can be interpreted to anyone, anywhere and in any lifestyle etc.  It illustrates the points I am making well. ‘Just make sure you watch it all – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lp0IWv8QZY.

This woman ‘Dreamed a Dream’ and she finally got a chance to prove what she could do, against many judgmental and arrogant people’s opinions. It’s never too late and don’t let anyone deter you from your goals in life.  With respect to her, if she can do it, so can you!  Against all the odds she ‘Dreamed Her Dream’ and made it come true!

The American Repossessor invites anyone wanting to enter the repossession industry, be it to start your own repossession company, or to be a Field Agent, driver  – frankly for whatever reason, send us an e-mail and we will help guide you to those that can provide you with professional and quality advice.

All industries need new blood and the repossession industry is no different.  If we guide and help new people correctly, we can help to minimize the cowboy level that exists but also help to prevent the ‘newbies’ become cowboys, because if they were guided and advised the right way from the beginning and not left to their own devices, as unfortunately so many of which do create ‘cowboy’ companies!

The American Repossessor is here to help both ‘newbies’ and existing companies – we are here to help YOU!  For more information, please e-mail directly to salmarston@theamericanrepossessor.com.

‘Never, never, never give up!” ~ Winston Churchill

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Eleanor Roosevelt

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13 Responses to “Do You Want To Start Your Own Repossession Company? Do You Want To Become A Repossession Field Agent?”

  1. Cody Gamble says:

    Hello, I am interested in starting a repossession business in Oklahoma. I have looked all over internet not able to find very much info. I would like info on oklahoma repossession laws, what is needed to learn, licensing needed for oklahoma. Any info would helpful. I am ready to start right away.

    Thanks, Cody

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  2. Joe says:

    I am also looking to start my own asset recovery business, but in New York. I have worked in the industry before, and I have wanted to start my own company for a long time but the biggest problem I run into is “time”. Everyone seems to want you to have 2 years as a manager or owner of a company or something like that but what if you haven’t had the oppertunity. I want to do this right. I want to be certified, insured, involved, but I don’t have the “2 years” everyone seems to want. What can I do to get myself going in the right direction? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

    Joe

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  3. Jeff McPherson says:

    I’m also interested in starting a repossession business, but in Wichita Kansas. I would like some info on the Kansas repo laws,licensing, and where to start. I have purchesed the first Repo 101 handbook, but they make it sound so easy. Is it that easy? Can you start with out a truck? Do you need your own secured lot? There are six recovery agencies in the local area. Is that to many? Any info would be helpful. Thanks, Jeff

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  4. Jeff

    Please e-mail me directly on salmarston@theamericanrepossessor.com and I will help you with the information that you need. Thanks. Susan Marston

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  5. Joe

    Please e-mail me directly at salmarston@theamericanrepossessor.com and I will help you with the information you need.

    Thanks

    Susan Marston

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  6. Cody

    Please e-mail me directly at salmarston@theamericanrepossessor.com and I will help you with the information you need.

    Thanks

    Susan Marston

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  7. Brian Shroyer says:

    Hello I would like to become a repossion agent any information you could give would be great I live in ohio..Thank You

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  8. Mike says:

    Hello i am trying to start my own repossession company or just start by being a repossession agent. I do not know where to start. I live in michigan and i have been trying to find all the laws and regulations here but no luck. I would like some info on where to start because i have no experience. Thank you

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  9. IRIS says:

    My husband and I have recently and FINALLY aquired insurance for our repo business, like you all, we found it very frustrating starting this business, more so because there are many steps that come along starting this type of company. We are now ready to work and are now in the stage of marketing our business to financial instituions and the likes. It took about a year (or a little more)to really get the ball rolling on everything we still are pushing forward and not giving up. For those with the dream of starting up a Repo Company, good luck and don’t give up, as we have learned..when one door closes there are many more open, do a lot of research and if it all seems overwhealming,then that is the story that will make your dreams a better story to tell. As i told my husband…take that first step, once you do, the rest of the steps will come easily…and it has. We still have work to do…and we are looking forward to the hard work ahead. We are located in NJ, feel free to contact me if anyone needs some advice , we would be more than happy to help in any questions you may have.-Iris-

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  10. jesse says:

    It’s been a dream of mine since I was young to do this and I would like to know what I would have to do to start this in Michigan.

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  11. erik says:

    Yea I am in NJ and want to try to start but cant find anything to tell me what I would need. If anyone can help please do. Erik12152003@yahoo.com

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  12. kiki says:

    Hello i was wondering what i had to do to start my own repo business in Nc!!! I always wanted to do this but just do not know where to start. PLEASE HELP!!!

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  13. Ty says:

    Hello, im wanting to start my own repo company in florida. What are the qualifactions and licenses i need to start this??

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