- Customers who have been contacted by ReMex regarding a delinquent account can sign on to make a payment and make that account current
- ReMex is authorized to collect debts in all 50 U.S. states
- Making a payment with ReMex online is the quickest and most convenient way to make a payment on a late account
When a customer used the Remex Pay service to make a payment on a late account, they will need to enter their account number, their address and phone number, and their e-mail address. Customers will then be asked to choose how they want to send payment to ReMex, including directly from a checking account, instantly from a savings account, or with a debit or credit card.
- Customers who have received a notice in the mail from ReMex can make their payment through the mail with a check or by filling out their credit card information on the enclosed ReMex payment coupon
- Information that customers submit when they make a payment to ReMex may be used in debt collection proceedings in the future
- If ReMex Pay has contacted a customer about a debt that is not the customer’s, that customer will need to contact their credit reporting agencies to fix the issue. ReMex can’t make any changes to a credit report.
ReMex strives to conduct what they call “compassionate collections,” where they are able to collect on more debts than the average collection company due to the nature of the way they do business. No employee of ReMex can view a customer’s personal financial information except for those who need it for their jobs, and they can only view it when they’re working with the customer on their account.
More about ReMex
ReMex is a company that was founded in 1983, and specializes in collection of delinquent accounts. ReMex has a call center that’s located in Princeton, New Jersey.
To contact ReMex Revenue Management Excellence
- 609-921- 8950
- 307 Wall Street, Princeton, NJ 08590-1515