What our clients say
The Services we provide in B2B Debt Collection
We understand that your busy work schedule does not always allow for debt recovery to take top priority. In fact, a small business may lack the required time and personnel to chase behind their late payers – which can have a devastating effect on the cash flow of the business. Our company was established for this exact reason – to be an extension of your company, helping you save valuable money and time by using our debt recovery services.
We know the importance of client relationships to your business. That is why our professional debt recovery team strives to resolve your debt issues quickly without causing any damage to the reputation of your company.
We can seamlessly escalate your unpaid accounts with the assistance of our highly professional debt recovery service. By implementing effective experience and continuity into the debt recovery process, cash flow problems will be a thing of the past for your company.
Our debt recovery services are customised to each company’s requirements; therefore, we can give you the options and together we develop a plan on how to approach the debtors.
We manage accounts receivable functions partly, fully or via a one-off project basis. We can discuss and come to an agreement about how you would prefer to outsource your accounts receivable process. Our low commission rates are only charged on monies recovered and the success rate will depend on what stage each individual account is handed over to us. The sooner an unpaid account is pursued by us the higher the success rate of recovery which means our collection rate will be lower. It can really be as simple as that.
The pre-legal debt recovery services are developed to increase debt collections without the need to take legal action in any form; therefore, not having to instruct lawyers who will charge a fee by the hour.
Our proactive process will get you the desired results. On the other hand, we prefer to be open and transparent about our debt recovery services. In some cases, debtors will refuse to pay for a number of different reasons, the most common ones being: cash flow is tight; the debt is disputed; the invoice was not received; their circumstances have changed, or they are insolvent.
We will let you know of the actual reason as soon as possible so that you can make an informed decision.
There are numerous options we can offer at this point, all of which are explained including the pros and cons of each option; therefore, you can be clear of the procedure to follow.
If you can give us parameters, we are prepared to work within those to collect the outstanding amounts on your behalf.