- Reference Number is needed to login
- 3 different resolution options available
- Contact information available for help
For some, the simple act of sitting down for a meal at a local gastro pub can be ruined by the irrational fear that one of the waiters or fellow patrons is actually a debt collector in disguise. Those who have received a letter from Receivables Performance Management directing them to the RPM Payments page can now eliminate this uneasy feeling once and for all by choosing 1 of the 3 available debt assistance options. In order to sign in the Reference Number located on the letter along with the last 4 digits of a Social Security Number must be entered. Those who have reviewed the letter only to come up empty as far as finding the Reference Number may want to refer to the sample image of the letter posted under the ? icon at the RPM Payments page (image shows the Reference Number being located at the top left corner of the letter).
About Receivables Performance Management
- Is a 3rd party debt collector and a national leader in accounts receivable management
- Has set up a no cost system to help resolve obligations without speaking to collectors
- RPM has a mission to be respectful and compliant in every interaction with customers
- Has a 9 out of 10 user satisfaction score along with more than 500,000 resolvable debts
The 3 debt resolution options available at the RPM Payments page include pay balance in full, negotiate to pay less, and resolve debt over time. Those who aren’t sure which option best fits their needs may want to review the available information posted under each section of the page. Customers who need assistance may want to try contacting Receivables Performance Management through the means of a simple phone call or well placed letter.
Receivables Performance Management
- 20816 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98046