Faqs

Have a look at list of our most popular Frequently asked questions & answers:

We give our clients the ability to pool their funds with others so that they can choose from a number of different portfolios to invest in. Earnings are based on the performance of the debt, so it seems fair to make this something that you as the client have a choice in.

You can make an investment in a portfolio simply by contacting Northern Management LLC and ask to speak to speak to someone in regards to making an investment in a portfolio. You will receive contracts to sign and send back to our organization. After such takes place, and all of your questions are answered, you will be given access to the ability to review portfolios for sale.

You will choose which purchase you want to partake in, and be given instructions on how to make a deposit or transfer, to your account at Northern Management.

After all the funds from our clients have been pooled to equal the purchase price of the portfolio, the portfolio will be purchased, and designated to collection agencies to collect upon.

Northern Management, keeps accurate records of accounts that are scheduled to pay, or have paid. Using such records, we supply our clients with a report bi-weekly on the status of the accounts, automatically through an online medium. Information is readily available because we believe by having all our clients informed, better decisions are made down the line.

Any individual in the USA or international client of ours will have the ability to purchase a debt portfolio. This is not limited to accredited investors of any nature.

We have been purchasing debt internationally for years and have the proper contacts to make sure every cent of an investment is spent properly. Purchasing a portfolio and having a 3rd party collection agency  work on the accounts would lead to a return on purchase price and profit.

Debt portfolios to be collected upon can range from as short as 2 weeks to as long as 1 year to work on properly and effectively. It would depend on how many accounts are in the portfolio, as well as the number of collectors working on the accounts.

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