Lowell Group records rapid growth

April 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p41
Trade Publication
Reports that Lowell Group has become one of the leading purchasers on non-performing consumer debt in Great Britain. Number of delinquent accounts currently being serviced from a 400 seat call center of the company; Area of specialization of the company; Consideration of the company as an established member of the UK Credit Services Association and a founder member of the Debt Buyers and Sellers Group.


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