CFPB Debt Collection Complaint Ranking*:
#202 of 2,458 Companies
Lawsuits, Penalties, or Sanctions:
On July 15, 2013, Senex Services Corp. entered into a consent agreement with the Indiana Attorney General's Office. Senex Services Corp., without admitting any wrongdoing, agreed to pay $5,000 for failing to comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Senex also agreed to permanently refrain from violating the Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act.
Location and Contact Details:
Senex Services Corp. is one of the nation’s leading buyers of distressed healthcare debt. It offers revenue cycle and hospital capacity management services to healthcare organizations. It also provides commercial insurance, managed care insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, worker's compensation, and self-pay collections management services. Senex also offers primary and secondary debt collection services.
Senex was formed in 1998 and is privately held. It operates as a subsidiary of Senex Financial Corp.
Senex CEO Ben Rye and his father Jon Rye are partners in a private equity firm Greenfield Partners.
The Senex Board of Directors has included a former Lieutenant Governor of Indiana and former Vice President of the United States, Dan Quayle.
* Ranking determined by the overall number of debt collection complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) as of year-end 2015 and should be considered in context of company size and/or market share. See the CFPB debt collection complaint database in real-time here.
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