V&J - Vargo & Janson, P.C.
Our communications network allows us to access all major credit bureaus, bankruptcy and civil court records and various government and skiptracing databases.
Vargo & Janson, PC utilizes DAKCS Collection Software. This internationally acclaimed software system is designed for collections and has been customized specifically for Vargo & Janson's collection practice.
DAKCS software offers:
  • custom-billing/invoicing for the client on a monthly basis;
  • automatic, nightly skip-tracing and pulling of secure credit bureaus over the Internet;
  • meaningful, customized status reports and other advanced programs to benefit the client.
  • "QwikClient" allows clients to view accounts in real time (negotiable)
Client Reports
Vargo & Janson offers its clients monthly Transaction Reports from our DAKCS collection system. Monthly remits & account status updates are forwarded to Vargo & Janson clients on the 10th of every month for the preceding month's activities.
Acknowledgment Report: Every account will be acknowledged after being placed on the collection software system. The reports will include debtor's name, amount referred, Vargo & Janson's account number, and the client's account number.
Inventory Report: A complete listing of all non-transaction active accounts, current balances, and statuses of all client accounts can be generated every 30-60-90-120 days at clients request. Status codes listed on inventory reports represent an explanatory timeline throughout the collection process. A list of status codes will be furnished upon request.
Actuary Report: An "all inclusive" report outlining clients' timeline of placements and overall status of each monthly placement.
Skip Tracing
At V&J, our skip tracing is the force behind successfully locating debtors, property, assets and information. Skip tracing capabilities and on-line research sites are utilized by our employees via the firm's Internet subscriptions to national databases. By accessing subscription websites, we are able to pull secure credit bureau reports (when appropriate), locate social security numbers, real estate and vehicle owner information, marriage/divorce records, judgment records and a myriad of other public record information to help us find a debtor and his/her assets to determine probability of collection.

This is an attempt to collect a debt by a debt collector. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.