Asset Acceptance


Asset Acceptance

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Infobox Company
name = Asset Acceptance Capital Corporation

type = Debt Collection Agency
genre =
foundation = 1962
founder = Rufus H. (Bud) Reitzel, Jr.
location_city = Warren, Michigan
location_country = U.S.
location =
locations = Warren, Michigan (corporate headquarters); Phoenix, Arizona; Deerfield Beach, Florida (medical division); Tampa, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; San Antonio, Texas; Towson, Maryland (Legal Office); Woodbury, New Jersey (Legal Office); Richmond, Virginia (Legal Office)
area_served =
key_people =
industry = Debt Sales & Acquisitions
products =
services =
revenue = 248.00M (2007)
operating_income = 40.44M (2007)
net_income = 248.00M (2007)
assets = 394.65M (2007)
equity = 122.42 (2007)
owner =
num_employees = 1,700
parent =
divisions =
subsid = Premium Asset Recovery Corp. (PARC)
slogan = Returning value to our credit driven economy.
homepage = http://www.assetacceptance.com/
footnotes =
intl =

Asset Acceptance is a trade name used by several companies owned by the parent corporation Asset Acceptance Capital Corporation which has existed since the formation of the predecessor company in 1962. Asset Acceptance Capital Corp's main revenue-generating company is the Asset Acceptance, LLC company. By purchasing defaulted consumer receivables at substantial discount, Asset Acceptance, LLC claims the rights to renegotiate settlement of the debts in place of the original creditor. The corporation is headquartered in Warren, Michigan.

Asset Acceptance Capital Corp.6985 Miller Dr, Warren, MI48092Tel: (586) 939-9600

Assets Acceptance LLC is located @ 28405 Van Dyke Avenue, Warren, MI., 48093 1(586)939-9600Nathaniel F. Bradley - Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer


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