4/2009 - Redline Recovery Services relocates call center
Redline Recovery Services has expanded it's Buffalo Operations Center and moved to a brand new state of the art facility. The new site, which opened on April 27, 2009 currently employes 250 employees and by the end of the year they are projecting 320 full-time employees. The site has many new ammenities and provides a site that is open and spacious for the employees.
3/2008 - Redline Recovery Services Continues to Donate
Redline Recovery Services Buffalo Operations Center donate more! Redline operating units donate $14,800 to the Salvation Army and Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
2/2008 - Elissa Campbell Joins Redline Recovery Services
Redline Recovery Services bolsters it’s Customer Service Department with the addition of Elissa Campbell, Client Services Manager. Elissa brings with her sixteen years of leadership experience in various critical HR and Customer Service roles. Welcome Elissa!
12/2007 - Redline Recovery Services, Donates to Women's Shelters
Redline Recovery Services Operations Center donate $67,859.00 for various causes including Women’s Shelters and several Children and Cancer charities!
1/2007 - Redline Recovery Services Appoints Gregory Paulo to President
ULQ, LLC and its subsidiary, Redline Recovery Services, LLC are pleased to announce the appointment of Gregory Paulo to the office of President.
Mr. Paulo brings extensive industry experience and customer relationships with his previous Executive Sales positions with Trans Union, Equifax Risk Management Services, and RMA. Additionally, Mr. Paulo, during his tenure with ULQ, LLC – Redline Recovery Services, LLC has proven his operational expertise by successfully managing multiple critical line functions.
ULQ’s managing member, Michael W. Fletcher, committed, “This promotion is long overdue for Greg; he has proved to us that you can combine sales and growth objectives with critical operational objectives to provide a ‘Best in Class’ solution for our valued customers.”
ULQ, LLC and Redline Recovery Services experienced significant growth in 2006. “We expect 2007 to be a very exciting year for our organization,” Mr. Paulo says. “We will continue to invest in our operational infrastructure, open a fourth site and explore near-shore capabilities”
10/2006 - Women of ULQ / Redline Recovery Services participate in The Susan G. Komen 3-day
Mary Fletcher, Anita Jarrard and Wendy Neal joined thousands of other dedicated women and men at the Atlanta, Georgia Breast Cancer 3-Day benefiting the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and the National Philanthropic Trust. They walked 60 miles during three days to raise breast cancer awareness for critical research and community outreach programs.
In order to participate, each walker had to train for the event and committed to raising a minimum of $2,200. Redline Recovery Services employees donated $ 13,750.00 to ensure their success.
8/2006 - Redline Recovery Services - Buffalo Helps Mercy Flight
Dear Friends of Mercy Flight:
Thank you for your recent contribution to our not for profit corporation.
Since inception in 1981, Mercy Flight has safely completed over14,000 patient missions and conducts countless training and community education missions on an annual basis.
We remain always grateful for the support we receive from our community. This support not only helps us meet our daily operating expenses, but also allows us to continually upgrade program staffing and equipment in order to provide the best service possible. The end result is the availability of one backup helicopter and three primary helicopters staffed with Critical Car Nurses, Paramedics and highly skilled pilots ready to respond 24/7 from two bases of operation WNY. The air medical staff continues to be supported by a dedicated team of professionals in the aircraft maintenance, communications and administrative departments.
We realize that there are many agencies worthy of your support and that you may receive numerous request for help. The fact that you have chosen to support Mercy Flight means more to us than you know!
Please retain this letter for tax preparation purposes. Your gift of $18,232.72 may be tax deductible since there was no service or merchandise provided. Please contact your tax advisor. Please remember Mercy Flight's needs in the future if you are able, and feel free to call us at 716-626-4100 if you have any questions or would like information as to how you can further assist our organization.
Director of Development
8/2006 - Redline Recovery Services Gives Back to the Community
The new Buffalo Public Schools Foundation got off the ground Tuesday evening with $1.2 million in cash, scholarships and in-kind services from private sources. The foundation’s goal is to create an endowment of about $10 million that can pump private money into the school district’s academic, arts and athletics programs every year. Foundation board President Boscarino, senior vice president of human resources at M&T Bank, welcomed 110 people at a reception in the University of Buffalo’s Center for Excellence of Ellicott Street.
“I decided to get involved when I heard on the news last fall that there wasn’t sufficient equipment for our sports teams or uniforms for cheerleaders.” Boscarino said. “I truly believe that with this foundation we can make a difference.”
School Superintendent James A. Williams recalled arriving in Buffalo a year ago and receiving a disturbing letter from Thomas E. Baker, president of the John R. Oishei Foundation.
“He said: ‘The Oishei Foundation has supported the Buffalo Public Schools for many years, but we have not seen a return on our investment. And until we can see some significant outcomes, we are not going to follow that path’”, Williams recalled. “I called him and said I couldn’t disagree.”
Since then, Williams added, he has been building partnerships with corporation and individuals intent on “opening up a world of possibilities to children who often face closed doors”.
Leading the list of donors is Coca-Cola, which presented the foundation a check for $85,000 and has made a 10-year commitment that may yield up to $3 million to the schools.
Laidlaw Education Services pledged $200,000 over the next four years, and Johnson Controls $80,000 over four years.
The Buffalo Bills have already donated more that $200,000 to the school district’s stadium fund.
Nike, through its local franchise, Ad Pro Team Sports, donated $105,000.
Employees of Redline Recovery Services, 50 percent of them graduates of Buffalo Public Schools, donated $20,540.
Medaille College – whose soccer and lacrosse teams will play on Buffalo Public School fields this fall – pledged a four year scholarship every year and signified it with a giant check for $73,120.
In addition, Williams announced, Bob and Mindy Rich of Rich Products Corp. have precipitated a flurry of checks from more than 50 corporations and individuals in memory of Rich’s father, Robert E., who died February 15.
Veteran businessman Paul L. Snyder II pledged an as-yet undetermined amount, and many other sources are still weighing in.
6/2006 - Community Service
Redline Recovery Services, LLC is a company that believes in contributing to the community. The company encourages its employees to participate in community events by giving each employee fours hours per quarter for family or community service. The company and its employees also actively contribute to charities. Redline and its employees have given generously to charities such as The Breast Cancer society, The Harvest fund for Katrina victims, Child and family services, Buffalo arts and athletic fund and the Veterans Dialysis fund. Redline will continue to contribute to worthwhile charities and encourage our employees to actively participate in efforts that benefit the community.
3/2005 - Redline Recovery Services, LLC Expands Operations
Alpharetta, GA., March 16, 2005, Redline Recovery Services, LLC a leading provider of collection services, announced the opening of their second call center to be located in Houston, Texas. Redline Recovery Services is a subsidiary of ULQ, LLC. "We are expanding operations to meet growing customer demand and address the changing needs in the marketplace," said Mike Fletcher, CEO and Manager of ULQ.
Redline Recovery Services will be opening a 250 seat call center, April 15th 2005 in Houston's Southwest area.
ULQ has announced industry veteran John Powers has accepted the position of President of Redline Recovery Services, Houston. Powers will be responsible for the Houston start-up and ongoing operations. Powers comes to Redline with over 18 years of collection agency experience. Most recently, Powers served as operations manager of a Houston call center for Risk Management Alternatives, Inc. "We are excited to have John Powers on board," said Jim Peters, COO of ULQ. "The skill sets, industry experience, and contacts will ensure our clients receive the highest level of service".
About ULQ, LLC was formed in April 2003 to take advantage of current opportunities in the receivables management industry. Consumer debt is at record levels and credit grantors are looking for innovative solutions to manage their receivables. ULQ is designed to be a holding company for separate entities each pursuing strategic, industry specific or single client opportunities in the accounts receivable industry.
10/2004 - Greg Paulo joins Redline Recovery Services
ULQ, Upper Left Quadrant, and its Redline Recovery Services subsidiaries are pleased to announce that Greg Paulo has joined them as EVP of Marketing and Relationship Management. Greg is a highly regarded and well known industry Executive with over eighteen years experience in credit extension and collections.
Mike Fletcher, ULQ's CEO said, "We are very excited about Greg joining our team as a partner. We've been searching long and hard for the right person and Greg brings the exceptional business and personal qualities we were looking to add to our great team".
ULQ and its Redline Recovery Services subsidiaries perform high quality, low creditor risk collections for both pre and post charge-off recoveries. Greg Paulo can be reached at 770-885-4053 or 404-242-5707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
6/2004 - Redline Recovery Services to Hire 100 Workers
BUSINESS TODAY - The Buffalo News - Saturday June 19, 2004
“Redline Collections firm to hire 100 workers”
By David Robinson - News Business Reporter
Redline Recovery Services, a collections agency that opened in Amherst last summer and has grown to 135 workers, is planning to hire another 100 employees to handle its expanding work load, the company president said Friday.
Redline Recovery Services expects to hire about 40 workers in the next three months and another 60 in the six months after that, said Joseph T. Moran, the company president.
The collection agency which works mainly with Fortune 500 companies, also expects to occupy another 10,000 to 13,000 square feet of space at its 2350 North Forest Road location, Moran said. The company currently occupies about 18,000 square feet of space, he said.
Moran said the growth is due to the company adding new clients and also picking up additional market shares from its existing customers.
"This is really a success story," said James Allen, the executive director of the Amherst Industrial Development Agency.
The IDA agreed Friday to extend and expand a sales tax exemption for equipment purchases by about $8,000 to help with the expansion. Most of the $100,000 in equipment that Redline expects to purchase will be for work stations and computer equipment, Allen Said.
The IDA, working with the Amherst town Planning department, also agreed to apply for a $95,000 grant through the state's Brownfields Opportunity Area program to fund a study that would identify sites with possible contamination problems along Sheridan Drive, between Niagara Falls Boulevard and Sweet Home Road.
The study would identify areas along the Sheridan Drive corridor that may need to be cleaned up before they can be redeveloped. "None of these sites are obviously contaminated," Allen said. "Just the fact that these areas are paved could make them contaminated."
If the study were to find sites that are contaminated, those areas could be eligible for state funding and tax credits available for cleanup work in a designated brownfields redevelopment area, Allen Said.
"If we're designated, it brings a lot of incentives for redevelopment," Allen said. "If we're not, it's because there's no contamination, which is probably just as good."
The agency also approved an additional $21,400 in sales and mortgage tax savings for the Iskalo development entity that owns the office building at 6467 Main St. Iskalo is refinancing the project and expanding its borrowings to cover other improvements at the building.
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