Alleged Debtor List: January 2019

January 24, 2019

In this Issue:

  • Updated Receivable Protection Program (RPP) Operating Rules and Regulations Now Available
  • IAM Alleged Debtor List: January 2019
  • Membership Renewal Season is Upon Us
  • Look for the RPP Logo on the IAM Mobility Exchange
  • IAM Members Cancelled for Non-Payment of Dues in 2018
  • IAM Member Companies Voluntarily Ending Membership
  • Use the RPP Online Claim Submission Tool
  • Companies Misusing the IAM/HHGFAA Logo or Name
  • Watch the RPP Webinar sponsored by The EuroGroup International Movers

Updated Receivable Protection Program (RPP) Operating Rules and Regulations Now Available

 

IAM encourages all members to review the updated .

 

One key change to the RPP Operating Rules and Regulations is that the Invoice Dispute Resolution Process was changed to the Outstanding Invoice Intervention Process in order to better convey the true nature of this facet of the RPP. Additional changes to the RPP Operating Rules and Regulations can be found on the.

 

 

IAM Alleged Debtor List: January 2019

 

In this message, you will find the latest edition of the IAM Alleged Debtor List, which is a collection of all IAM Members who have allegedly not paid invoices to other members. Latest information concerning companies who are either bankrupt, insolvent, liquidated, dissolved, or otherwise no longer operating is also included.

 

 

IAM Members are added to the Alleged Debtor List if the debt remains unpaid after IAM Staff intervention through the .

 

 

Membership Renewal Season is Upon Us

 

By now, you have seen something from IAM about renewing your membership, whether in one of our newsletters or your mail or email. We know you value all the benefits IAM membership provides and we value your support of the association. Contact the to learn how to renew today.

 

 

Look for the RPP Logo on the IAM Mobility Exchange

 
 

Do you want your invoices to be covered under the RPP? When you accept work from another company, make sure they have an RPP logo next their name like in the image above. The RPP logo indicates that the company is an IAM Governing or Core Member; therefore, any services you render for that company will be eligible for the RPP provided the unpaid invoices meet all the other conditions of the program. For more information on this, learn more on

 

IAM Members Cancelled for Non-Payment of Dues in 2018

 

Below is a link to the list of IAM Members who have failed to pay their 2018 membership dues, which were first invoiced in December 2017.

 

IAM has made multiple efforts, by every means of communication available to us, to encourage these members to bring their dues current. We are now purging these companies from the IAM member database.

 

 

Note: IAM has begun invoicing for 2019 membership renewals. IAM shall begin updating the cancellation list for non-payment of dues in the spring of 2019.

 

RPP Note:

Companies whose memberships were cancelled for nonpayment of dues are no longer covered under the Receivable Protection Program beginning on April 18, 2018. IAM will not accept any Unpaid Invoice Compensation claims submitted against the cancelled companies or intervene with these companies through the Outstanding Invoice Intervention Process. Members in good standing are encouraged to review all trading relationships with these companies, and be aware that IAM is neither able to compel a non-member to pay outstanding debts owed to an IAM Member nor pay out on claims lodged against that non-member.

 

 

IAM Member Companies Voluntarily Ending Membership

 

Below is a link to the list of IAM members who have voluntarily ended IAM membership during the 2018 fiscal year. This list is posted on the IAM Website at the link below:

 

 

Note: IAM has begun invoicing for 2019 membership renewals. IAM shall begin updating the voluntary cancellation list in January 2019.

 

RPP Note:

Companies who voluntarily ended their IAM Membership are no longer covered under the Receivable Protection Program beginning on the date in which they ended their IAM Membership. IAM will not accept any Unpaid Invoice Compensation claims submitted against the cancelled companies or intervene with these companies through the Outstanding Invoice Intervention Process. Members in good standing are encouraged to review all trading relationships with these companies, and be aware that IAM is neither able to compel a non-member to pay outstanding debts owed to an IAM Member nor pay out on claims lodged against that non-member.

 

 

Use the RPP Online Claim Submission Tool

IAM is currently testing a new service to submit RPP claims. If you are owed money by another IAM Member, please submit your claim through IAM's new and we will contact you after our initial review of your claim. If you have any feedback about the new tool, please let us know at so we can improve it for all IAM users.

 

 

Companies Misusing the IAM/HHGFAA Logo or Name

 

IAM tracks companies who are advertising the IAM/HHGFAA name or logo on their website and/or correspondence without authorization. We have submitted a cease and desist notice to these companies and, despite several requests, they are still illegally advertising affiliation with the Association.

 

 

We discourage IAM members from conducting business with the companies who participate in this unlawful and unethical practice. If a company complies with our request, we will remove them from this list. If you believe a company is illegally advertising the IAM/HHGFAA name or trademark on their website and/or correspondence, contact notify IAM us at .

 

 

Watch the RPP Webinar sponsored by The EuroGroup International Movers

 

IAM presented a webinar on Wednesday, April 26, focusing on the Receivable Protection Program. If you could not attend, you can . If you just want to view the PowerPoint,

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