Repossessors Inc. is a full service collateral recovery company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. While providing lenders across the nation with a complete menu of collateral recovery services, Repo Inc. specializes in auto repossession. Repossessors Inc. has a physical presence in nine states across the country and maintains a close working relationship with a network of trusted affiliates in order to provide dependable, nationwide coverage.
Founded in 1991 with a single truck, Repossessors Inc. has grown to over 200 employees spread across nine states while still maintaining the values of a family owned business. Our management team has over fifty years of experience in collateral recovery, and we have worked with nearly every major lender. Our experience translates to secure, reliable service on every assignment, for all of our clients.
Repossessors Inc. sets the industry standard for information security and compliance, providing ongoing training for every employee and maintaining certifications at the federal and state levels. To ensure we provide the best protection for our clients, we are fully licensed, bonded and insured, and we meet or exceed all compliance regulations and guidelines in each of our service areas.
Repossessors Inc. is one of the nation's largest and most trusted collateral recovery groups.
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Wire-to-wire auto repossession
Storage in secure lots
Nationwide forwarding through a trusted network
In-house skip tracing
We're a family owned business with close ties to the communities we serve. In addition to being active members in several trade organizations, we proudly support these local charities:
Donations made by Chad Latvaaho, company President, on behalf of Repossessors, Inc.
United States Wounded Soldiers Foundation
Science Museum of Minnesota
Minnesota ALS Association
Recovery Agents Benefit Fund Inc
Arbor Day Foundation
Boys and Girls Clubs
Mercy and Unity Hospitals Foundation
Sharing and Caring Hands
American Red Cross
American Cancer Society
The Hendrickson Foundation
Wounded Warriors Project
National Parkinson Foundation