TFA Guide

What Can I Find the Terms of Service/Privacy Policy?

You can read our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy on the terms of service and privacy policy page. The link to this page is also included at the bottom of every page.

How Can I Contact the TFA Guide?
Whether you have a question, comment, feedback, or an issue to report – you can contact us by phone, email or by filling out our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!

For Recovery Agencies

Why Become a TFA Member?
TFA members receive ongoing training, industry-specific information, latest case-law information, late-breaking news and other real-world benefits. TFA members have the ability to build online profiles to showcase their work to our network of over 40,000 lenders. Lenders have the ability to rate and review their experience with each member, giving you the opportunity to be seen as a high quality agencies to a large peer network of lenders.

All of this makes the TFA Member the best informed recovery agent possible. Your listing will appear in 40,000 beautiful hardbound directories, mailed to auto lenders all over the country.

How May I Become a TFA Member?
Contact our home office by telephone, (386) 274-4210 or Toll Free 1-800-874-0510 or via Email, todd@tfaguide.com and we will guide you through the process.

Why Should I Want Auto Lenders To Post Reviews of My Services?
Think about it: when you shop online at EBAY, Amazon or Lowe’s, or look for services on Angie’s List, the very thing you look for are positive or negative reviews from the end user! A repossession specialist can claim all they want that “we’re the best”; it is far, far more powerful when a lender says it for their fellow lenders to read. Build your reviews and be seen as a highly qualified specialist.

What If I Get Negative Reviews?
Repossession services are not like widgets. There might be situations where you couldn’t meet the creditors expectations. But we are confident that the services provided by experienced, trained TFA repossession specialists will actually be shown to be superior to those in other groups.