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    Collection Software Program

    I just bought two rental houses and right out of the shoot started having problems collecting my rent on both renters. While looking for some help on the web I found a software program called Bill Collector in a Box. It was real easy to install and to use. One of my renters got caught up off the first letter that I sent them. The other moved out in the middle of the night and left the place a mess so I reported him to the credit bureaus for $5.

    I am so excited about what happened I just had to tell someone so I joined this board.

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