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Axiom Acquisition Ventures


  • Category:
  • Accounts Receivable, Collections, Debt Management

At Axiom Acquisition Ventures, we believe in partnerships that ultimately benefit and protect your members.  We are a purchaser and servicer of delinquent portfolios and specialty accounts receivable.  We have developed mutually beneficial relationships with 271+ Debt Settlement Companies, that share with us matching data on their enrolled customers.   Using that unique and dynamic database, we can scrub our clients’ portfolios to identify matches. At which point, we can acquire that section of accounts at a significantly premium price and/or service them on a low contingent fee basis.

Your members voluntarily enroll with Debt Settlement Companies in order to manage their debt, they should be afforded the protections they deserve. Oftentimes collection agents will contact these members as they are not aware of their DSC status. Axiom has the broadest database available. Your enrolled members will never be contacted directly, all communications are driven through our experienced negotiators with the Debt Settlement Companies. 

Contact Information

  • Contact Name
  • Sales & Acquisition
  • Contact Title
  • Sales Department
  • Contact Phone
  • (727) 724-4200
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  • Location
  • 12425 Race Track Road, Ste 100,
    Tampa, Florida, United States 33626


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