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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Asset Acceptance Capital Corp. (AACC)

4/10/2006 Proxy Information

On September 30, 2002, a predecessor entity, Asset Acceptance Holdings LLC entered into an employment agreement with Heather K. Reitzel, the Executive Vice President and the wife of Rufus H. Reitzel, Jr., that will expire on September 30, 2006, unless Ms. Reitzel continues to be employed on such date, in which case the Employment Agreement will automatically renew for additional one-year periods. As amended, the agreement provides for an annual salary of $60,000, which the Board of Directors increased to $78,200 as of January 1, 2006 and such bonuses as may be awarded at the end of each fiscal year. If the Company terminates Ms. Reitzel without cause or if Ms. Reitzel resigns following a substantial breach, as defined in the agreement, Ms. Reitzel is entitled to receive her salary for a period of two years and a pro rata portion of the bonus, if any, due in accordance with the agreement as if her employment had continued until the second anniversary date of such termination date. The agreement also contains provisions which restrict Ms. Reitzel from competing with us. Pursuant to the agreement, Ms. Reitzel will receive life-time health care coverage.

On September 30, 2002, Asset Acceptance Holdings LLC entered into a registration rights agreement with AAC Investors, Inc., AAC Holding Corp. (the predecessor to RBR Holding, Corp.), Consumer Credit Corp., Rufus H. Reitzel, Jr., Heather K. Reitzel, Nathaniel F. Bradley IV, and Mark A. Redman. In February 2004, this agreement was amended to, among other things, include the Company and AAC Quad-C Investors LLC as parties. As amended, this agreement will terminate three years after the closing of our initial public offering, except for those stockholders who own in excess of 1% of the then outstanding shares of common stock, for whom termination will occur upon the earlier of either (i) three years from when the stockholder ceases to own more than 1% or (ii) seven years after the closing of our initial public offering, which closed on February 10, 2004. The agreement, among other things, provides that AAC Quad-C Investors LLC, on the one hand, and Mr. Reitzel, Ms. Reitzel, Mr. Bradley and Mr. Redman, on the other hand, can each make two requests that we effect the registration of a specified number of shares of common stock held by each of them using a registration statement of Form S-1 (or similar long-form registration statement), provided that the requester holds in excess of 5% of our outstanding common stock. After one group gives notice of its request for registration, the agreement provides that the other group may also request that we effect the registration of a specified number of shares of common stock held by them or their affiliates.

AAC Quad-C Investors LLC has used one of its two long-form requests. In connection with this request, we have joined with each of those parties in allowing the other selling stockholders to join in registering their shares subject to this prospectus. Pursuant to the terms of the registration rights agreement, we are required to bear substantially all costs incurred in this registration, other than underwriting discounts and commissions. In addition to the long-form requests, we are generally obligated to use our reasonable efforts to include the shares held by these groups to the extent we register shares in an offering initiated by us.

On September 30, 2002, we entered into an option agreement with our then Chairman, Rufus H. Reitzel, Jr., related to our subsidiary, Consumer Credit, LLC. The agreement will terminate upon a foreclosure on the business or assets of Consumer Credit, LLC by the banks under our line of credit. The agreement provides that, following the effective date of the termination of Mr. ReitzelŐs employment or if Mr. Reitzel resigns following a substantial breach, as defined in his employment agreement, Mr. Reitzel has the option to purchase the assets and liabilities of Consumer Credit, LLC relating to the business of making and servicing consumer loans and mortgages, issuing credit cards and financing sales of consumer products. The purchase price will be equal to the greater of (i) the gross collections of Consumer Credit, LLC during the twelve months prior to Mr. ReitzelŐs termination, or (ii) two times the tangible book value (as defined in the agreement) of Consumer Credit, LLC. Since Mr. Reitzel resigned effective February 28, 2006, Mr. Reitzel will have until May 28, 2006 to exercise this option. In October 2004, Mr. and Mrs. Reitzel became 50% owners of RNJ Holdings LLC, which is the owner of an aircraft that is held for charter by Jet Management, Inc. Mr. and Ms. Reitzel use the aircraft periodically for travel. To the extent the aircraft is used for business travel on the CompanyŐs behalf, we will reimburse Jet Management, Inc. for the use of the aircraft at a rate that is at least as favorable as the rate the Company could obtain elsewhere for a similar aircraft. In 2005, we incurred $21,221 in travel expenses related to aircraft services provided by this related party.

Nathaniel F. Bradley IV is the son-in-law of Rufus H. Reitzel, Jr. and James Reitzel, the CompanyŐs Vice President-Corporate Relations, is the son of Mr. Reitzel. Heather K. Reitzel is the wife of Mr. Rufus Reitzel. Kathy Reitzel, an account representative, is the daughter-in-law of Mr. Rufus Reitzel.