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MSB Chosen by Modoc County as Preferred Collection Service Provider.

AUSTIN, Texas -- Municipal Services Bureau (MSB) has been chosen by Modoc County, California to provide outsourced collection services. "MSB's reputation for delivering results exclusively to courts for so many years coupled with their statewide AOC agreement led us to select them for our own collection needs," said Laura Yeier, Collections Manager for Modoc Superior Court. MSB maintains a statewide contract with the California Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).

"We have proven our ability to serve justice for hundreds of courts nationwide and intend to deliver exceptional results to the County as well," said Patrick J. Swanick, Chief Executive Officer at MSB. Modoc County will utilize MSB for the collection of their court fines and fees.

About Municipal Services Bureau (MSB)

Founded in 1991, MSB is a leading provider of outsourced revenue recovery products and services in the country. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, MSB offers collections, payment processing and call center services to governmental entities nationwide. MSB empowers hundreds of talented employees with advanced technology, data management tools and leading edge business practices to exceed the expectations of its clients.

MSB collects delinquent court fines, fees and debts for a wide variety of governmental entities nationwide. For additional information about MSB, please visit www.MuniServ.com or call # 1-800-568-7004.
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