Who Owns Commercial Financial Services Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the CFS Liquidating Trust in September 2010.
On December 11, 1998, Commercial Financial Services, Inc. and its related entities filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma, assigned Case #98-05162. Pursuant to the chapter 11 plan, the CFS Liquidating Trust was created and a Trustee was appointed. Oak Point Partners acquired the remnant assets of the CFS Liquidating Trust in September 2010.
Related Entities: Asset Marketing, Inc., CF/SPC, CFS Kids, Inc., CFS Liquidating Trust, CFS Oklahoma Corporation, CFS, Inc., CFS, LLC, Commercial Computer Corporation, Commercial Financial Collections, Inc., Commercial Financial Information, Inc., Commercial Financial Services, LLC, Credit One Financial Services, Inc., Financial Collections, Inc., Oklahoma Commercial Financial Services, Inc., SPC Acquisitions, Inc., T.A.P.R., T.A.R.P.
Contact Information Regarding Payments to Commercial Financial Services
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Contact Info: Commercial Financial Services
About Commercial Financial Services
Commercial Financial Services purchased non-performing consumer loans from banks and established workable repayment plans with those who owed money. The company was the fourth-largest private employer in Tulsa, OK.
Commercial Financial Services also operated under several trade names including CFS/SPC DFD, CF/SPC NGU Inc., TAPR and TARP.
The former headquarters of Commercial Financial Services was located in Tulsa, OK.