Profession insurance collector
Insurance collectors collect payment for an overdue insurance bill. They specialise in all areas of insurance such as medical, life, car, travel, etc and recurrently contact individuals to offer payment assistance or to facilitate payment plans according to individual's financial situation.
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- Conventional / Enterprising
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- Credit card payments
The methods involving payment done through credit cards.
- Types of insurance
The various types of risk or loss transfer policies that exist and their characteristics, such as health insurance, car insurance or life insurance.
- Debt collection techniques
The techniques and principles used to collect overdue debt from customers.
- Insurance law
The law and legislation concerning the policies of transferring risks or losses from one party, the insured, to another, the insurer, in exchange for a periodic payment. This includes the regulation of insurance claims and the business of insurance.
- Debt systems
The processes needed to obtain goods or services before payment and when a sum of money is owed or overdue.
- Create cooperation modalities
Prepare, determine and agree on the conditions for cooperation contracts with a company, by comparing products, following evolutions or shifts in the market and negotiating terms and prices.
- Maintain client debt records
Preserve a list with the debt records of clients and update it regularly
- Perform debt investigation
Use research techniques and tracing strategies to identify overdue payment arrangements and address them
- Analyse financial risk
Identify and analyse risks that could impact an organisation or individual financially, such as credit and market risks, and propose solutions to cover against those risks.
- Provide support in financial calculation
Provide colleagues, clients or other parties with financial support for complex files or calculations.
- Obtain financial information
Gather information on securities, market conditions, governmental regulations and the financial situation, goals and needs of clients or companies.
- Identify clients' needs
Identify the areas in which the client may require aid and investigate the possibilities for meeting those needs.
- Handle financial transactions
Administer currencies, financial exchange activities, deposits as well as company and voucher payments. Prepare and manage guest accounts and take payments by cash, credit card and debit card.
- Maintain records of financial transactions
Collate all the financial transactions done in the daily operations of a business and record them in their respective accounts.