A collector works in a variety of settings and is expected to solicit payments from delinquent account by using company provided training and tools. They may work in banks or other financial institutions and required to have exceptional customer service and follow up skills.
A cover letter for a collector’s resume, sometimes called a letter of intent, is your introduction to your qualifications and the rest of your job application materials. The intention of a Collector cover letter is to briefly summarize why you are applying to an organization, and what skills and expertise you can bring that make you the most appropriate applicant for that position.
Lake Orion, MI 55534
December 23, 2014
Mr. Edgar Polish
22 Apache South Street
Lake Orion, MI 55914
Dear Mr. Polish:
I am interested in the Collector position currently available at MBS Collections. As an skilled individual with excellent follow up capabilities and customer service acumen, I am certain that I am the right candidate for this position.
I have worked for five years in a similar capacity at Churlin Collection Services and this experience has instilled in me the capability to manage delinquent accounts payment in a robust manner. My ability to work in a team fostered environment and coinciding experience in collections is sure to make me an asset for your organization. I am comfortable with talking to account holders about their debts in a non threatening manner which ensures paybacks in most cases. My exceptional telephone etiquette and corresponding confidentiality skills make things easier for me when working in a challenging environment.
I am very excited at the prospect of meeting you to further discuss the Collector position and possibility of my joining MBS Collections. I will call you in two weeks to follow up on this application and will be available at (591) 001-1901 if you would like to contact me before that.
Thank you for your time and consideration.