ADA, Okla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--LegalShield, one of North America’s leading providers of affordable legal plans and identity theft solutions for individuals, families and small businesses, announced that Scott Coleman, Assistant Controller/Payments, will speak at Subscription Insiders’ Payment Boot Camp on May 8, 2017, at the Convene conference venue in New York City.
Coleman’s career with LegalShield’s payments team started in 2001 while serving as an IT project manager, when he began managing payment vendor relationships. Scott has been LegalShield’s top payment expert throughout his roles in IT, analytics and finance. His designs and leadership have driven material gains in retention, revenue and costs.
Subscription Insider is a leading resource for subscription news and research. The Payment Boot Camp is a one-day forum that brings together many of the world’s leading executives who are responsible for retention and payments for subscription and membership companies. This year, the event will feature speakers from companies including Constant Contact, The New York Times, Shutterstock and Weight Watchers. Payment Boot Camp encourages open, honest, in-person dialogue with executives from companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. The event is never recorded, and no on-demand version is provided. Key topics for May 8 include payment trends, retention tactics, alternative payments and managing fraud.
LegalShield is one of the North America’s leading providers of legal safeguards for individuals, families and small businesses. The company also offers one of the industry’s most affordable and comprehensive identity theft plans, IDShield. LegalShield plans provide protection to more than 4.1 million individuals, and IDShield provides identity monitoring and restoration services to more than 1.5 million individuals across North America. More than 141,000 companies offer LegalShield and IDShield plans to their employees as a voluntary benefit.
For as little as $17.95 per month, LegalShield members get access to attorneys with an average of 19 years of experience in areas such as family matters, estate planning, financial and business issues, consumer protection, tax, real estate, benefits disputes and auto/driving issues. Unlike other legal plans or do-it-yourself websites, LegalShield has dedicated law firms in 50 states and four provinces in Canada that members can call for help without having to worry about high hourly rates.