NJCUL Services Corporation announces Account Control Systems as newest business partner
CHARLOTTE, NC (July 19, 2017) — NJCUL Services Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the New Jersey Credit Union League, has brought on Account Control Systems to its business partner platform.
Account Control Systems (ACS) is a New Jersey-based company that offers first and third-party collections services. ACS’s priority is to work together with credit unions as strategic partners to improve collection operation and reduce bad debt. They have worked with East Orange VAH FCU, Essex County Teachers FCU, and North Jersey FCU.
“The Account Control Systems team has decades of experience working in the financial services field and working with credit unions, including those in New Jersey,” said NJCUL Services Corporation Chairman David Frankil. “The NJCUL Services Corporation is looking forward to connecting its member credit unions looking for collection solutions with ACS and its services.”
“With this partnership, we are committed to building strong relationships with the NJCUL credit union members. ACS is very excited and eager to provide the credit unions in New Jersey with expert professional collection services and adding value to their current collection process. Improving delinquencies and increasing recoveries while protecting the great reputation of all of our clients is our core competency,” stated Executive Vice President of ACS Al Mucci.
For more information about ACS, please visit www.accountcontrolsystems.com or call Al Mucci at 201-367-1622.
About New Jersey Credit Union League
Formed in 1934, the New Jersey Credit Union League is the statewide trade association representing credit unions and is committed to the development of the credit union movement in New Jersey. Our mission includes a full range of services, programs, products and money-saving opportunities specifically designed to satisfy a credit union's operational, financial, training, compliance and overall growth and development needs. For more information visit www.njcul.org. New Jersey’s credit unions serve 1.1 million members throughout the state with financial products and services. They offer a popular alternative to traditional banks with better rates and lower fees than other institutions. For more information visit www.bankingyoucantrust.com.