Get back lost capital and lost members with CU Revest.

Charge-offs aren’t good news for anybody. They eat up capital and reduce membership. Collection departments do what they can. But many credit unions put themselves at risk of non-compliance with their charter if they don’t do more.

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It's Money

We turn your charged-off debt into capital. No upfront fee, we just share in the recoveries. And our process makes us very good at it.

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It's Members

We turn delinquent accounts back into prime members. Our patent-pending system helps us do it like no one else can.

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It's Easy

You just click a button and your charge-offs come to us. We’ll provide an estimate of your recovery opportunity. Then we get to work.

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Akcelerant is a proven technology innovator focused on financial institutions

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Testimonials

I want to take this opportunity to comment on the extroadinary assistance I received from a Special Asset Officer - David Moreno. While I was desperately trying to settle all my financial matters through a reverse mortgage on my home, he assisted me, putting me in contact with a very competent organization here in Hawaii. Instead of my floundering around on the internet - hit and miss, he provided me with exactly what I needed. Which included a specific name and a phone number. It was not vague, but exact. He continued to follow up with me to make sure I was getting through to the Mortgage company. Unlike many credit counselors I have dealt with over the past year, he was never condescending or rude. He was professional, informative and helpful. I truly appreciate all his efforts and thought you should know that your Special Asset Officer is indeed and "asset".

Bela R Hawaii

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